River Motor Yacht 14,2m Design

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by micspoko, Apr 13, 2011.

  1. micspoko
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    micspoko Senior Member

    This is a 14,2m River Motor Yacht with two different solutions windows

    LOA 14,2m
    LWL 12,4m
    Beam 4,2m
    Draft 1,0m
    Cabin 2x2persons
     

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  2. PAR
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    PAR Yacht Designer/Builder

    How appropriate this thread is.

    http://www.boatdesign.net/forums/boat-design/can-everybody-design-37522.html

    Micspoko, you've repeatedly shown fancy pictures, but never have you offered any reasonable specifications for the yacht other then length, beam, draft and how many berths it might have.

    You can't possably expect anyone to take you seriously, if you show pictures without a substantive discussion on the scantlings and other ship's specifications.
     
  3. micspoko
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    micspoko Senior Member

    This design is only propose for client when he decided to by this boat then I do a construction desing. I have only 2 or 3 weeks to show client his boat.

    as attachments joined a GA and longitudinal sections of the ferry, which I designed to show that I can do more then fancy pictrue
     

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  4. cthippo
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    cthippo Senior Member

    I rather like it, do you have a floor plan for it?

    Styling is a bit modern for my taste but I like that it has an actual deck rather than just a wedge.
     
  5. micspoko
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    micspoko Senior Member

    For now I have only something like in a attachment - but it`s little change
     

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  6. FAST FRED
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    FAST FRED Senior Member

    The boat looks nice , but consider how it will look when an owner sticks a huge oxygen tent on the fly bridge.

    Since it WILL happen , perhaps it should be part of the standard setup , so a tailor doesn't design it?

    FF
     
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