Is it adequate for an ocean crusing?

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by y. erhan, Dec 19, 2018.

  1. messabout
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    messabout Senior Member

    Y.erhan, are you a young person, perhaps a student in school? I can not imagine that you have mastered some of the computer skills but not the pencil and paper skills that existed long before computers. Do you have a suitable education in basic mathematics? Have you taken some classes in basic physics? Both of those disciplines are involved in the analytic and the creative part of boat design.

    If you are really a serious student of the design art, you will find that many of us will encourage you and help as much as is reasonable.

  2. y. erhan
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    y. erhan Junior Member

    I am not a young person:) but i have graduated from university yet. So i don't have any experience of my profession. But i have learnt physics and math in essential level. I slog on using that science on boat design because of lack of experience. I will listen to any advice willingly. And thank everyone to want teach anything.
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