Sailing yacht 20,5m - visualization

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  1. micspoko
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    This is a visualization of existing project of sailing yacht for shipyard " Fram 65 Joseph"

    Principal data:

    Loa 20,50 m
    L Hull 18,40 m
    Beam 5,20 m
    Crew 12 persons

    Mora date on the website
    http://www.stoczniafram.pl/produkcja,7.html
     

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    It will be a nice boat. Good job! :)
     
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    The transom needs detailing for tender handling, swim ladder and boarding plank.

    Perhaps study the Jongert style. It is simply the best thought out stern detailing in the business.
     

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    Jongert 22
     

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    The transom like you show it is option for this boat
     
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    20 meter motorsails , with all the "stuff" onboard , become short and fat. The transom extension makes the boat look longer and is very functional.
     
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    Too high freeboard me thinks..
     
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    Oh, and the BIG windward staysail is a nice detail. Keep the sheet leeds inboard. No reason why a cruiser cant sail to windward.
     
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    Fram 65 Joseph

    Nice rendering. Any design drawings done yet? Depending on your materials, I can see some interesting design challenges around the forward portlights in respect to deck beams, headlinings etc. Also shaft line looks a bit flat.

    Cheers,
    Graham
     
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    Some drawing are done. Rest will be done when yacht will be build
     
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    Why do such a traditional looking hull with a modern looking house? Clipper bow, bunch of hollow in forward waterlines, small stern. Rig looks small.
     
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    Actually I prefer the old timer stern detailing solution. The modern boats with stern doors or goofy tenders stuck in foredeck wells are dogs to operate. Designers spend a whole lifetime devolping the skill to draw an elegant sheerline or elegant wheelhouse, then they are asked to plop an ugly, toe stubbing , sheet catching rubber boat into the foredeck Those old Jongerts are a joy to operate. The ones design by Peterson sail well. They are destined to be " classics"
     
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