We revel in the challenge of meeting the brief

“A sailing yacht is a bundle of compromises, and the cleverest constructor is he who, out of a mass of hostile parts, succeeds in creating the most harmonious whole. It is not strange that designers pass sleepless nights, and that anything like finality and perfection of type is impossible to conceive. No wonder that yacht designing is a pursuit of absorbing interest.”

Lord Dunraven
Challenger for the 1893 and 1895 America’s Cups

无论帆船或者动力艇,无论尺寸大小,功能各异,Stimson Yacht Design都可以提供构思巧妙、性能可靠、优雅实用的解决方案。


三十年的设计经验和四十年水上活动的经验,我们已经开发了一整套实用技术和建立了科学的知识体系,据此可以平衡游艇中产生的各种冲突。


我们对于平衡这些需求的专注,  以及我们对设计方法的不断更新和进步,使我们可以一次又一次成功地满足客人的
需求。

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1 month ago

Stimson Yacht Design and Naval Architecture

Some images of our in-house aero and hydro CFD analysis for the 42ft stepped hull power cat. At 60kn boat-speed and 80kn apparent wind-speed its essential to get the balance of forces correct! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Which code?

2 months ago

Stimson Yacht Design and Naval Architecture

Well, this would seem to answer the question...... it works!

London Corinthian Sailing Club
We have liftoff!

Mini AC75 (Modified Quant 28) , shot from a Dragonfly 25

Video by Harry Aitchison
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It reminds me of your Reflex 22’ Christian, without the three guys on trapeze and the racks? Looks pretty “crew dependent”?

Awesomeness!

Can't see the guy waterskiing...!

Joanne, Ellie....

2 months ago

Stimson Yacht Design and Naval Architecture
Hull plug and mould for the 20m Border Security Force patrol craft is coming along well at SHM in Mumbai.....Image attachmentImage attachment

Hull plug and mould for the 20m Border Security Force patrol craft is coming along well at SHM in Mumbai..... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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...super........

4 months ago

Stimson Yacht Design and Naval Architecture

If only all seatrials were this pleasant.... knocking on 50knots, dynamically stable and with a very nice wake! ... See MoreSee Less

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