Tender design

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by Flysafe, May 11, 2020.

  1. Flysafe
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    Location: Lisbon/Portugal

    Flysafe Junior Member

    Hello all,

    I did this design just for fun because some time I wanted to do it. I made two types of build a kind of clinker built and a fair hull since the base it's almost the same.
    My idea is to make a model about 3 feet long, I still don't know if it will be static or RC


    Bote 122.jpg
    Bote 136.jpg

    All the best.
     
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  2. DCockey
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    DCockey Senior Member

    Looks good.

    Is the foredeck design with the flat sides and the deck cambered in the middle something you have seen before. I have not seen such a design before.

    What software did you use?
     
  3. philSweet
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    philSweet Senior Member

    David, that is a pretty common theme in small boats. Especially classic runabouts. The side decks would be a wide board bow to stern. The foredeck would be fore/aft planking nibbed into to side deck.

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  4. DCockey
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    DCockey Senior Member

    I am familar with that type of deck plank arrangement. The decks such as in your photo have a smooth or almost smooth shape. Flysafe's dinghy appears to have the side planks flat and the center of the of the deck raised so that there is a kink. His id has location as Lisbon, Portugal so I am interested if that is an arrangment used in that locale or somewhere else.
     
  5. gonzo
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    gonzo Senior Member

    Nice looking boat
     
  6. Flysafe
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    Flysafe Junior Member

    Hello all,

    Thank you so much .

    I made like that because I like it that way, and give a sexy lines, the foredeck in the middle of the central boards it raises a little bit from the midlle to the tip 2 millimeters max that's why you see that it looks like a sharp edge, yes the curve of the deck follow the increases coaming way because I like it. A few years ago I saw something simalar in my research.

    Bote 133.jpg

    For a foredeck almost flat I have this ine and a few more.
    Rica aquarama special 018.jpg

    All the best.
     

  7. Flysafe
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    Flysafe Junior Member

    The software I use is Rhino.
     
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