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Robert B

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What do you think about this?
This is my new project of yacht ...

 

Mor info on

 

www.brj-design.com 

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BRJ 39

 

Displacement - 8,6tonne
L - 12m
Beam - 3,95m
Draft to Baseline - 2200mm
Immersed depth - 2199,8mm
Lwl - 1180mm
Beam wl - 3262,4mm
Main Sail - 45m2
genoa - 44m2
Engine - 45hp

 

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Robert B

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I have no urge to ad ... just want to make sure that do not wander with my design.
This is not a product ... will the product - I hope ...

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I went to the doctor last week, he said that I was fat.

 

 

 

I told him that I wanted a second opinion.

 

 

 

 

 

He said "You're ugly, too!"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yup, Fat and Ugly. Probably slow, too.

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I suppose it's an improvement over your previous submissions (see his avatar). Traveller track is curved the wrong way. GA could use work. The mast must be deck stepped because I don`t see it in the GA, or is it that little dot at the edge of the table, between what looks like a couple of stools. Forward head is very narrow, unless the boat is extremely slab sided. Aft head looks like a lot of wasted space. I really don`t like the 2 tiered life lines - look like they are just waiting to impale someone. I won`t comment on the aesthetics.

 

You`ve got to realize designing sailboats goes beyond just styling exercises, which is what all your submissions so far have been. I`ve yet to see any lines plans, proper deck and general arrangements, proper specs, etc. , the list goes on, nothing but pretty (not literally) pictures. The way I see it, the only way to get anyone interested in building one of your designs is to first design (and have built) a more conventional design. Once it is established you can actually design a boat, maybe someone will take a gamble with one of your more ``unusual`` designs.

 

Either that or pay to have a yard build one of your boats to get yourself established. In the past many yacht designers started out this way.

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That is an impressive amount of space and accommodations. I'd be interested to see a Body Plan.

 

The others may laugh, but from 1970-1979 Bayliner sold quite a few of the Buccaneer line of sailboats with a similarly unique esthetic.

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just want to make sure that do not wander with my design.

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Sorry to tell you but you HAVE wandered - right outside the environment.

 

You get an A for thinking outside the box but that's it.

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In truth, you do not like? Sorry for the nerves .... Again, I hope you talk to serious people, and again I failed. Except those who have made the effort to think.

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I suppose it's an improvement over your previous submissions (see his avatar). Traveller track is curved the wrong way. GA could use work. The mast must be deck stepped because I don`t see it in the GA, or is it that little dot at the edge of the table, between what looks like a couple of stools. Forward head is very narrow, unless the boat is extremely slab sided. Aft head looks like a lot of wasted space. I really don`t like the 2 tiered life lines - look like they are just waiting to impale someone. I won`t comment on the aesthetics.

 

You`ve got to realize designing sailboats goes beyond just styling exercises, which is what all your submissions so far have been. I`ve yet to see any lines plans, proper deck and general arrangements, proper specs, etc. , the list goes on, nothing but pretty (not literally) pictures. The way I see it, the only way to get anyone interested in building one of your designs is to first design (and have built) a more conventional design. Once it is established you can actually design a boat, maybe someone will take a gamble with one of your more ``unusual`` designs.

 

Either that or pay to have a yard build one of your boats to get yourself established. In the past many yacht designers started out this way.

 

What he said

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Of course you are quite right. But have to try. You're right, it's just rendering. rails should be double and will. Yes, I will build its own zkresie lacht. I'm sure it will be fine sailing.
Renderings are weak. They will be better when I get my 3D Studio Max Design. The yacht is designed in accordance with European regulations for Class oceanic "A".
Is there anyone someone will like it?

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calculated velocity vector.
without a spinnaker and without reefing sails.
wind speed of 6 to 20 knots.

 

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Of course you are quite right. But have to try. You're right, it's just rendering. rails should be double and will. Yes, I will build its own zkresie lacht. I'm sure it will be fine sailing.

Renderings are weak. They will be better when I get my 3D Studio Max Design. The yacht is designed in accordance with European regulations for Class oceanic "A".

Is there anyone someone will like it?

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calculated velocity vector.

without a spinnaker and without reefing sails.

wind speed of 6 to 20 knots.

 

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First, for a modern 39 footer those VPP numbers are pretty pedestrian. And for a cruising boat, that's a pretty extreme amount of heel. Maybe try a catamaran?

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Maybe it's better now?

i kinda like this, it is very different. Defiantly outside the white fiberglass run- of-the-mill cookie cuter designs. Color gives it the cold molded plywood look. Looks like it would be an adventure to sail, a bit on the heavy side for my taste.

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I hate to say it, but that is absolutely hideous. Seriously, that is a really, really ugly boat. I wish I could've said that in a less rude way, but there really isn't any way to sugar coat it.

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Maybe it's better now?

i kinda like this, it is very different. Defiantly outside the white fiberglass run- of-the-mill cookie cuter designs. Color gives it the cold molded plywood look. Looks like it would be an adventure to sail, a bit on the heavy side for my taste.

 

Paint it the exact same colour as the background.

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For an extremely convenient to 220 cm in height in the cabin.


Safe, remains positive righting of up to 150 degrees of tilt

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Robert B, love the design. keep working at it. As a designer you know that most of the morons around you do not like change even if it is for the better.

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Thank you. Without trying other flavors we would not know that something can be tasty.

;-)

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