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No rudder foils...a bow up flyer a la Imoca's.

 

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Finally- a 3D printed boat.  It’ll be obsolete by the time it’s done printing, but hey!  Progress!

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IMOCA for the Oceans Race

 

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just another stupid look into the past... a boat with a point on the front destined to bury the nose and be dangerous and wet. who pointed the things in the first place? can anyone say definitely who it was that made boats wet and stupid?

SJ

 

 

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no place to sleep

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Gonna take a wild guess and say something design by Ker Yacht Design

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Vaporware Mark Infinity

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The gelcoat looks a bit thin, bow and stern.

Is it a nowheretosleep 35?

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5 hours ago, Ned said:

Vaporware Mark Infinity

Yep, it's a nice rendering, aka digital drawing

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I don't see anything.   But I hear the voices.

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I see a mostly transparent boat. Probably made from pixels and fairy dust. Bottom growth will make it more visible soon. Let us know when you have that pic.

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Beer holders?

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Code X
9.2 x 3m
1100kg, prepreg carbon/nomex  (Dehler 30od: 2800kg) 
200k euro


Funded 84% by EU... 
 

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People saying there is no where to sleep obviously never slept on beanbags nestled in between exposed stringers on a Class 40.. 

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21 hours ago, BashfordHowison said:

the pantone colours for this year? Grey and yellow;-) Nice stanchions though:-)

I particularly like the bow foil-stanchions in place of the traditional pulpit. Problem- they will almost never be aligned with the flow. They need to be adjustable or perhaps free-pivoting so as to reduce drag

Otherwise it's just another way to charge more for something that's a PITA and is less functional... oh wait....

FB- Doug

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It will be uninsurable and have a shitty rating. 

Another design for people with $ to burn to get the ego stroke of being first back to the bar.

I envision high potential for carnage at starts and marks.  

 

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22 hours ago, Scowjunkie said:

just another stupid look into the past... a boat with a point on the front destined to bury the nose and be dangerous and wet. who pointed the things in the first place? can anyone say definitely who it was that made boats wet and stupid?

SJ

 

 

Your screen name, plus the first post of your's that I've ever read and I'm already fatigued by you harping on and on and on about how 'if it's not a scow, it's shit

Please fuck off to scowsarethebestandeverythingelseistheworst.forum.fu

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so, liquid brain... if it's the first post of mine you ever read... to quote. how the fuck can you say i'm harping on and on? dumb as a point on the front.

got an answer for who put the point on first and fucked everything up from then on?

c'mon, man. give me the info.

SJ

 

 

 

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27 minutes ago, Scowjunkie said:

so, liquid brain... if it's the first post of mine you ever read... to quote. how the fuck can you say i'm harping on and on? dumb as a point on the front.

got an answer for who put the point on first and fucked everything up from then on?

c'mon, man. give me the info.

SJ

 

You sail scows in Hawaii?

I would think that sailing there would make obvious the benefit of a pointy front... might be dumb, but.... respect!

FB- Doug

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1 hour ago, Scowjunkie said:

so, liquid brain... if it's the first post of mine you ever read... to quote. how the fuck can you say i'm harping on and on? dumb as a point on the front.

got an answer for who put the point on first and fucked everything up from then on?

c'mon, man. give me the info.

SJ

You make my point for me beautifully!

Looking at your posting history, you are to scows what DL is to foils.

I'm already bored...

 

 

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8 hours ago, nikolatopic said:

Code X project designed by Paul Bieker and built in Croatia by Sandi and Code7 Marine team!! 

Had a look at the site, looks interesting, but I have my doubts about the steering system though.

I would like to know what's going on beneath the deck with that.

 

CODEX_steering.png

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Bad rendering. The tip of the port foil is misplaced. It was cut from the foil and then pasted aft of it.

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On 1/17/2021 at 10:29 PM, Sysfx said:

Bad rendering. The tip of the port foil is misplaced. It was cut from the foil and then pasted aft of it.

Look a little closer, it’s raised.  I’m not even sure you can misplace something in a 2d image of a 3D model.

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On 1/14/2021 at 7:34 AM, neuronz said:

New 52ft Oystercatcher XXXV by Carkeek Design Partners and currently in build at fibre mechanics in the UK.

https://www.fibremechanics.com/home/cf-520--irc-racing-boat-for-2021

Sidenote: that anyone can burn through XXXV yachts in a lifetime...

...insanus est.

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On 1/24/2021 at 2:17 AM, Matagi said:

Sidenote: that anyone can burn through XXXV yachts in a lifetime...

...insanus est.

I think it was a couple of lifetimes. Multiple generations of Oyster Catcher owners. 

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