Small Passenger Boat

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by amohammadbeygi, Mar 3, 2007.

  1. amohammadbeygi
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    amohammadbeygi Junior Member

    Hi,

    How can I find a approved design for a small passenger boat with following outline specification;
    Type : Monohull
    L : 12M approx.
    B :3.5M approx.
    Speed:+30Knots
    Seat : 32 Pax
    Crew : 2 Pers.
    Engine: Inboard


    Thanks in advance

    A. M. Beygi
     
  2. gonzo
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    gonzo Senior Member

    Approved by whom?
     
  3. longliner45
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    longliner45 Senior Member

    gonzo ,thats what ive been saying all along ,,no one is in charge of boat designs like faa is for airplanes,,its buyer beware for boats....longliner
     
  4. Bad_Trim
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    Bad_Trim Junior Member

    If require a vessel designed to "Class", download my Vcard and contact me.
     
  5. vishnubaiju
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    vishnubaiju Junior Member

    boat design

    What is the type of material.
    Class approved designs can be done
     
  6. vishnubaiju
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    vishnubaiju Junior Member

    boat design

    Please send your email address
     
  7. Alik
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    Alik Senior Member

    We have successful 20 passengers ferry 10x3.3m cat. Can develop bigger version if needed.
     

  8. alex fletcher
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    alex fletcher Junior Member

    A Moh since you are talking about a passeger vessel. I have to ask is it intended for use as a commercil vessl? or a privrate Boat If its commercial you have to meet a minium set critia (United Shiping Leage) its sets design requriets like stablity, the number of water tight compartments, fire rataing, Hull thickness,etc and also the ruls of the road.
    the USL is a UN thing that govens the big picture. The local authorities use the USL as a basis for your local rules. So if you are buying, building or designing a commercial boat. The best thing I think you could do, see your local govenment and ask about registering a commercial boat and they should tell you how to find the local regulation
     
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