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This short four-hours Workshop is an introductory program. It is designed for beginners and covers the basics of yacht design, through
real-world examples, having access to multiple awarded Industry leaders.
Our lecturers experience ranges in every single aspect of a project. The conventional representation, the creation and calculation, the study of materials and construction systems of hulls and superstructures, and for interior furnishings. The plant engineering and the choice of propulsion systems too. Always with an eye to proportions, innovation and elegant lines without exceeding in awe design...
All that with that extra something that has made the “Made in Italy” yachts famous throughout the world. A history that comes from a distant past and is inherent in the DNA of Italian designers.
The panel will start with a brief introduction from
Captain Vinil Gupta, CEO of Glasgow Maritime Academy, a leader in professional formation and our main partner.
Subsequently, Professor Sergio Abrami will describe the overall structure of this webinar.
The first part will be concluded with a brief contribution from our guest, Dr. Riccardo Sassoli, from Riva Brand Experience at Ferretti Group. He will provide a brief history of the brand with a specific focus on the iconic Riva Aquarama.
Multi-award-winning Sergio Cutolo, founder of Hydro Tec - Powerboating & Megayacht hull - will discuss how his designs have evolved over the past 25 years. He will cover the transition from slow sailing boats and fast motor boats to very fast sailing boats and slow motorboats, including the development of long-range explorer yachts.
Lorenzo Vienna - For many people, having a yacht is just a dream; for others it is a goal; for someone it is a reality: everyone has his own point of view. How does a boat owner live his own boat? Is it maybe an "extension" of one’s own home or rather a moment of total break with daily life?
In this webinar, we will go through the relationship between the owner and the spaces on board, the relationship between indoor and outdoor environments, their lighting, the evolution of the concept of "living" in a boat and how the design, especially the interior, has adjusted accordingly.
A brief overview both on the steps that make up a project, both on some construction techniques of the interior spaces will reveal, only partially, the complexity and magic that lead to the creation of each new yacht.
Giuseppe Martines - will explore the relationship between car design and superstructure design for yachts, both for power and sailboats. He will examine the different approaches taken and the identical results achieved, including a live example of surface management and modeling using Rhinoceros.
Design it's not just art, décor, styling, surfacing or storytelling...
It's a more complex and integrated discipline, full of technical
constraints that can evolve to design features.
In Yacht Design more than in other disciplines, each line we draw has to be carefully balanced through the knowledge and experience, and never disconnected from the engineering, in a exciting and challenging process from the concept to the floating vessel.
There will be a coffee break in the middle of the session.
During this final panel, there will be a Q&A section with any of our panelists, followed by concluding remarks and greetings from our main host, Captain Vinil Gupta. We will also provide a brief preview of our future main course at MYDI.
Creative naval architecture, Yacht design Certificate, Marine Engineering, Webinar