Splashing the 'ORCA'

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by MarkOHara, Nov 3, 2021.

  1. pafurijaz
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    pafurijaz Senior Member

    Hi, personally I don't know that boat well , and yet the model from my point of view is a great starting point as the information available on that boat aren't much, I hope you find what you are looking for.
    Greetings
     
  2. MarkOHara
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    MarkOHara Junior Member

    Please don't think I'm not grateful for your contribution, I really am, but passing off such a model as the boat that's used on JAWS is just misleading and model enthusiasts might not know or spot the difference. I have seen a lot of models of the ORCA that the model makers put a hell of a lot of work into and they're not accurate. In fact the picture of the 39' 8" Concordia Nova Scotia Motor Cruiser you have posted is a damn sight closer to how the hull should look! That is one handsome looking boat, well done! Thank you!
     

  3. pafurijaz
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    pafurijaz Senior Member

    Do not worry no misunderstanding, God forbid, I did nothing, I would gladly help you in the CAD model but I am late with some CAD drawings and I have to finish as soon as possible.
     
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