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Naval Architect

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by elcapitan, May 29, 2007.

  1. elcapitan
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    elcapitan Junior Member

    I am looking for a naval architect to take a concept of mine and put it onto paper so I can move forward into construction. I do not not have a degree in naval architecture and want the boat to be built right, and for that I need someone who knows what they are doing. I need someone who can do all the necessary calculations for construction. Anyone who can help please message me or email me.


  2. longliner45
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    longliner45 Senior Member

    look up eric sponberg.I think he is in nc,longliner
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