• Yacht 3D Modeling with Rhino. Level 2

    This course is structured to provide enhanced skills and knowledge to allow you to achieve remarkable designs and reach new heights of creativity. It begins by diving into pro-surface techniques. Then, it continues by mastering continuity and advanced solids tools. Towards the end of the course, it culminates with a 60-foot ocean sailing yacht as a final project, where you will apply all the concepts covered during the course.

  • Structural Design & Scantling with ISO 12215

    Structural design and scantling determination are crucial steps in a vessel’s design process since providing sufficient structural strength is one of the main objectives when designing floating devices. Moreover, they also affect other aspects of a vessel, such as resistance and stability. By completing this course, you will be able to design the structure of a boat, understand the ISO 12215 norm and the fundamentals behind it, and apply this norm to evaluate the scantling of either motorboats or sailing yachts.

  • Composite Materials 1

    This course will teach you composite materials, their components, manufacturing processes, and their applications. You will learn terminology, processes, datasheets, and criteria to select processes and materials. You will develop a laminate calculation spreadsheet, which will be a helpful tool for your future projects. After the course, you will be able to apply the knowledge acquired to use composite materials in manufacturing components and products.

  • Yacht 3D Modeling with Rhino. Level 1

    This course provides detailed explanations about the software interface and all the basic geometries used in naval and yacht applications. It also defines a consistent workflow for an organized design with Rhinoceros. The last part is dedicated to the hands-on development of a daysailer boat 3D model.