Boat Design Software

"Simple, easy to use and accurate Boat Building Software at a fraction of the cost of most CAD programs."

boat design software

If you have the desire to use boat design software to create 3D computerized plans of your sailboat, yacht, ship, or unique water vessel, then you've come to the right place.

Many people dream of owning a boat, while others aspire to designing and building a boat on their own.

Or maybe you're an engineer looking for the best boat design program to develop your plans or model of a naval vessel.

Who ever you are, you probably have the same thing in common with other site visitors; you are looking to design a boat, with simple to use software, yet powerful enough to get the job done at a reasonable price.

With the right materials, tools, boat plans, and a little handy man know how, anyone can build boat.

What an amazing project that would be to discuss with your friends."Some people restore cars, but I build boats!"

So to get started on the right path to boat building, you either need to know how to create boat drawings by hand, including the complex calculations that may be required, or you need boat software to do the majority of the work for you.

Now, you could always spend thousands of dollars on a CAD program like AutoCAD, but... you don't have to.

What if I told you that you could purchase a 3D boat designer program for under $100? Interested? I thought so.

There's a 3D CAD software program, specifically created for designing a boat. With this simple to use CAD program, you will be able to produce 3 dimensional models of boats and pretty much anything that you need to float!

In addition to it being cheap, and easy to use, this boat building software takes virtually no time to learn how to use.

It will compute the necessary hydrostatic and resistance calculations with accuracy, to ensure stable floatation.

The software program will create a bulkhead, hull type, flay surfaces, boat cabin interiors, bunks, cockpit seats, consoles, adjust the waterline, find the drag or resistance and much more.

It can be used on a Windows platform, from Windows 98 to 7, and also comes with free lifetime upgrades.

You won't find that with many CAD software programs.

AutoCAD needs to be updated every 3 years at the cost of thousands of dollars.

If you have more than 1 computer that you work on, no problem.

This boat design software can be setup on your desktop and laptop as well; all for under $100.

I just noticed they dropped their price to less than $50; perfect timing :)

For more information, check out this reasonably priced and accurate boat design software.

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