Relational 3D Modeling for Marine & Industrial Design
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|An upscale 57' commuter
style yacht, designed by Doug Zurn.
Related press release.
K&S maritiem technisch bureau, Enkhuizen, Netherlands -
more info: email@example.com
|44.4m ocean going motor yacht by Diana Yacht Design, Haarlem, Holland. Read more.||The 20m "Luxe Motor" (left and above) is a traditional inland waterways barge built in large numbers during the 1920's in Holland.|
is not the only element for exciting MultiSurf designs!
By J.C. Berland
|Ginton & Weber
Naval Architects, Haarlem, Holland
68ft power yacht, max. speed 27 knots, builder: Mulder Shipyards
of Michael Porter's "Go Anywhere" boat - a boat "intended to allow two
middle-aged people to live and work almost anywhere one can go by water." More details on Michael's website.
|Ginton & Weber,
88ft power yacht, max. speed 25 knots, builder: Mulder Shipyards
More info: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Frames - an example of MultiSurf components (model by John Letcher)||Acadia46,
Design: Geoffrey Dickes
Builder: Eric Clark, Marine Systems Inc. More info: GSDickes@aol.com
NEW 29z by Doug Zurn
|In Doug's words: "Some shots of the latest, designed entirely in Multisurf (Hull; deck; windscreen; grid and liner)."|
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