Yacht – Can You Really Design One?
Blog / 09/30/2012

Yacht – Can You Really Design One?   Many people dream about building their own yacht, but not many of them end up successfully making one. They spend most of time thinking whether they can make it or not. The main fear associated with designing it is about calculations. Another reason why people hesitate is that they also do not know how the structure should be. Yet they really want to have one of their own. To encourage such enthusiasts to be successful in this situation, software companies have developed boat design software. Boat design software, 3d modelling, and real time animation are tools that let you build your own custom boat; not just a boat but one you may have been thinking of for many years. If ever you are not satisfied, you may design something totally new. All you need is this software and off you go. Some 3d boat design software’s are extremely easy to understand. You can just spend an hour browsing its guide and after, you may start designing the yacht you have always wanted .An expert is not needed for this and you can design on your own-anyway you like. First, run the software….

5 Tips for a Great Yacht Design
Blog / 07/04/2012

5 Tips for a Great Yacht Design   Designing a great yacht is nothing. It only involves a bit of skill and much effort. If this is present anyone can build a yacht. All you need is a little imagination and a strong willpower. If you are planning to design a yacht you will surely want a true to life design for your yacht. So here are a few tips to arrive at the best results. The first step is to know what weight you are expecting your yacht to be. There are various weights for each yacht. So this has to be determined in the beginning. Secondly you need to have mechanical pencils to design your yacht. Not all pencils would help in drawing these designs since this is an engineering stint that you are attempting. The next step would be to get the design that you need. There are many designs available on the internet and also in magazines and manuals. Refer all of them before choosing the best that suits your needs. You can either go in for a flat bottom or a ‘V’ bottom. If you need something with a slower speed, then you can go…