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      There are several software tools available for yacht design, ranging from professional-grade programs used by naval architects to more accessible tools for enthusiasts and amateur designers.

      Popular yacht design software options:

      • Rhino: Rhino is a 3D modeling software widely used in industrial design and architecture, including yacht design. It is known for its versatility and is often used to create the hull and superstructure of yachts.


      • AutoCAD: AutoCAD is a widely used computer-aided design (CAD) software that can be employed for yacht design. It is versatile and offers 2D and 3D modeling capabilities.


      • Delftship: Delftship is specifically designed for creating ship and yacht hulls. It is a user-friendly software that allows for the creation of complex 3D hull shapes and hydrostatic calculations.


      • Maxsurf: Maxsurf is a suite of naval architecture software tools that includes modules for hull modeling, stability analysis, and structural design. It is used by professional naval architects for yacht and ship design.


      • RhinoMarine: This is a plugin for Rhino that is specialized in naval architecture and ship design. It provides additional tools and features specifically tailored for designing boats and yachts.


      • FreeShip: FreeShip is a free and open-source 3D hull modeling software. It is suitable for designing boats and yachts and can be used for both amateur and professional purposes.


      • Orca3D: Orca3D is a plugin for Rhino that focuses on marine design. It provides tools for hull modeling, hydrostatics, stability analysis, and more.


      • Naval Designer: This is a parametric design software for sailing and motor yachts. It allows for the quick and easy generation of different yacht designs based on specified parameters.

      When choosing yacht design software, consider your level of expertise, the complexity of the designs you plan to create, and your budget. Some software options are more user-friendly and suitable for beginners, while others are more advanced and cater to professional naval architects. Some software may focus on specific aspects of yacht design, such as hull modeling, stability analysis, or overall 3D design.

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