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Naval Design

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Naval Design

Concept Design

Basic Design

  • Electrical systems plan
  • Piping plan
  • Safety plan
  • Equipment and machinery plan
  • Fire fighting plan

Detailed Design

  • Systems Design
  • Structural Design
  • Propulsion and Engineering Systems Design
  • Interior Design and Fit-Out
  • Equipment and Component Selection
  • Detailed Construction Drawings

The 10 Steps of


Hull Design

The hull design involves the shape and form of the yacht's outer structure. It includes considerations such as hydrodynamics, stability, buoyancy, and structural integrity. The hull design affects the vessel's speed, fuel efficiency, maneuverability, and seaworthiness.

Superstructure Design

The superstructure refers to the upper deck and enclosed spaces above the main deck. Its design includes considerations such as aesthetics, interior layout, visibility, and functionality. The superstructure design influences the overall appearance and profile of the yacht.

Interior Layout

The interior layout design involves planning and arranging the various spaces inside the yacht. This includes determining the placement of cabins, bathrooms, lounges, dining areas, galley, crew quarters, and other amenities. The interior layout should optimize space utilization, ensure comfort, and accommodate the needs and preferences of the owner and guests.

Deck Layout

The deck layout design determines the arrangement and functionality of the exterior deck spaces. It includes considerations such as outdoor seating areas, sunbathing spaces, swimming platforms, helipads, jacuzzis, and other features. The deck layout should provide convenient access, optimize outdoor living areas, and enhance the overall recreational experience.

Propulsion System

The propulsion system design includes selecting and integrating the appropriate engines, propellers, and fuel systems. It involves considerations such as power requirements, fuel efficiency, noise reduction, and emissions. The propulsion system design impacts the yacht's speed, range, maneuverability, and environmental performance.

Electrical and Mechanical Systems

The design of the yacht's electrical and mechanical systems encompasses aspects such as power generation, distribution, lighting, air conditioning, plumbing, and safety systems. The design should ensure reliable and efficient operation, ease of maintenance, and compliance with safety standards.

Trim and Stability

The naval design addresses stability and trim considerations to ensure the yacht remains stable, balanced, and safe during operation. This involves calculations and adjustments related to weight distribution, center of gravity, and ballasting.

Materials Selection

The choice of materials is crucial in yacht design. The selection of high-quality materials, such as hull materials, composite materials, interior finishes, and fittings, impacts the yacht's durability, weight, aesthetics, and maintenance requirements.

Safety and Regulatory Compliance

Naval design ensures that the yacht complies with international safety regulations, classification society requirements, and other relevant standards. This includes considerations such as lifesaving equipment, fire safety measures, stability criteria, and emergency systems.

Aesthetics and Styling

The naval design of a yacht also encompasses aesthetic considerations, including the overall exterior and interior styling. It involves collaborating with designers and stylists to create a visually appealing and harmonious design that reflects the owner's preferences and current design trends.

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