Sailboat J-class 2M project

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by walltar, Apr 28, 2007.

  1. walltar
    Joined: Apr 2007
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    Location: czech republic

    walltar Junior Member

    With my friend we made a model of boat which we want to buil one day.
    It have hull of J-class ship, we used Velsheda but we have two masts.

    L.O.A. 39.40 m
    Lenght Waterline 27.80 m
    Beam 6.60 m

    I want to say we are not ship builders or designers only fans of sailing. :)

    What do u think about it ?
     

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  2. YG.Archi.nav
    Joined: Aug 2007
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    Location: olonne sur mer - France

    YG.Archi.nav Naval Architech

    Hi Walltar

    It is a nice project.

    I am trying to create a perfect 3d-model of Velsheda and i already got the lines plan on DXF files; the main problem is to create a smooth surface that is connected to the sections and waterline. So i just want to know which software did you use to create this 3d model.

    I am currently using Maxsurf, Rhino and Autocad.

    Sincerely

    Yohan
     
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