This presentation will provide an overview of some key differences between stability standards for small and large vessels. With an abundance of stability standards available, it is imperative to understand the appropriate applications for each. Certain standards are better suited for certain vessel types and lengths, and if a boat is assessed against an inappropriate standard, the results hold less value. This presentation will focus on the differences between the following standards: USCG Subchapter T, DPC (Design Practices and Criteria for U.S. Navy Ship Surface Ship Stability and Reserve Buoyancy), ISO 12217-1, and USN 6660-99. Some key points of comparison are the treatment of windage area, the definition of downflooding points, and the requirements for damaged stability.Speaker:
Maggie Maguire joined DLBA Naval Architects in Chesapeake, VA as a Naval Architect in 2021 after graduating from Webb Institute with a bachelor’s degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. Although DLBA specializes in high-speed, high-performance planing craft, the firm supports a variety of clients in developing a wide range of vessels. In her role at DLBA, Maggie is responsible for developing weight estimates, performance predictions, and stability assessments. She is currently involved in a long-running, high-profile project where she is leading naval architecture IPT (Integrated Project Team), while also contributing to other recreational, commercial, and military projects.
Hampton Yacht Club (Second Floor)
4707 Victoria Blvd, Hampton, VA 23669
Please register by November 27th.