If you’re interested in analysing design for performance craft – from small racing boats to superyachts - Solent’s yacht and powercraft design degree will help build your theoretical and practical knowledge to take the first step in your career as a yacht designer.
This internationally-recognised yacht and powercraft design course focuses on small craft technology, computer-aided design (CAD) and design practice, delivering essential engineering theory and design skills.
Previous students have benefitted from attending guest lectures by speakers from key industry organisations such as the Royal Institute of Naval Architects (RINA), Nigel Gee BMT, Babcock Engineering, Gurit, Sunseeker, Rob Humphries Design and Norbert Sedlacek (Open 60 skipper).
To help build their professional network, students are encouraged to attend local boat shows, including the Southampton Boat Show and Seawork International. Previous students have also been on yard visits, with recent trips including Sunseeker, Green Marine and Solent Refit.
BEng (Hons) Yacht & Powercraft Design
||Resistance and Propulsion
||Advanced Naval Architecture
|Computer Aided Design
||Computer Aided Modelling
||Computer Aided Engineering
||Sailing Yacht Design
||Motor Boat Design
||Structural Design for Production
||Applied Marine Systems Technology
||Structural Design Theory
||Marine Industry Work-based Learning
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