SEPTEMBER 22, 2021
We invite you to listen to the recording of our Designers and Builders webinar from September 21, 2021.
In this presentation, you will discover the synergistic partnership between marine designer and builder, with a focus on the iterative process. It will include examples of specific challenges commonly seen during the design spiral from initial concept to actual vessel sea trials. Success stories will be shared along with some hiccups experienced along the way.
DLBA Naval Architects – Director of Recreational Boats
Christopher grew up sailing just outside of Annapolis and spent a lot of time on the water. After graduating from Old Dominion University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, Chris worked in the Aerospace industry for a couple years before coming to DLBA – where he felt right at home. For over 20 years, he has taken pride in being able to build lasting relationships and friendships with many builders of world class yachts. Developing a focus on hull form hydrodynamics and structures, Chris has managed countless new designs and builds, including patrol and rescue craft, production yachts, and custom sportfishing yachts.
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DLBA Naval Architects – Naval Architect
Nick Stinson found a love of the water through small boats and jet skis on an inland lake in Virginia. This passion led Nick to pursue a BS in Ocean (and Aerospace) Engineering at Virginia Tech followed by a MS in Ocean Engineering with a Naval focus. After having opportunities to work in a shipyard, the oil and gas industry, and with small unmanned submarines, Nick finally got the opportunity to enter the recreational production boat world. Since then, Nick has helped to take numerous designs from concept to reality ranging from 15’ center consoles and bow riders to 150’ specialty craft. While at DLBA Nick, has honed-in his technical skills related to structure, stability, performance, and compliance for small vessels.
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