CONCEPT BOAT COMPETITION 2003

BMIF - The British Marine Industries Federation promotes ship and boatbuilding industry in the UK

 

 

 

 

The Concept Boat Competition was organised by the British Marine Federation to encourage enthusiasts, professionals or amateurs to show the marine industry how they believe boat design should look in future. This competition is supported by the Royal Institution of Naval Architects who wish to encourage everyone involved in the design, development, or production of small craft to look influence the future. 

 

Concept Boat 2003 Brief:

 

This year's theme asks for designs to satisfy the following brief:

A new design of recreational or commercial craft of up to 24m length intended for a purpose (or purposes) specified by the Entrant.

The Judges will be looking for designs that either:

  • Encourage new waterborne activities or

  • Satisfy a previously unfulfilled need or

  • Is a significant advance on existing craft designed for the same use.

The intended purpose(s) of the entry must be clearly defined in no more than 25 words on the competition entry form.

Ideas

  • Dual or multi-role craft

  • A medium to fast economic Blue Water Motor Cruiser

  • A land/sea yacht

  • An economic, low wash, harbour/inland waters work boat

  • A design that encourages team activity (building, racing, orienteering afloat etc.)


 

 

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