MAXSURF

Marine Vessel Analysis and Design Software

Use this complete set of integrated naval architecture tools to visualize and optimize vessel designs.

Powerful Naval Architecture Software

Create initial hull designs and assess stability of all types of existing marine vessels.

Assess Vessel Compliance

Ensure compliance with international stability criteria and balance vessel performance requirements using integrated analysis tools. Perform a range of analyses including intact and damaged stability, resistance and motions prediction, and structural analysis.


Model Marine Vessels

Create complex 3D hull forms for any type of vessel using wizards and interactive sketch tools. Systematically explore design alternatives by making measured changes to models with easy-to-use tools. Apply transformations to increase the productivity of the initial hull design process.


Optimize Vessel Design

Perform faster hull form variation and analysis with team-based concurrent modeling on a common 3D parametric model. Easily visualize and assess design alternatives within a consistent graphical environment with smooth data flow.


Price

Starting at $8,590


MAXSURF software is used to optimize marine vessel designs.
DESIGN TEAM

Incat Crowther

“Using MAXSURF software, the time required to accurately determine the stability characteristics of the vessel was reduced from a projected three months to one month.”

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Maximize Vessel Performance

Visualize and optimize vessel designs with a complete set of naval architecture tools.

Featured Projects

INCAT CROWTHER

Bhagwan Dryden

Incat Crowther collaborated with Bhagwan Marine and Neptune Marine Services on an AUD 30 million project in Dampier, Australia, to develop a first-of-a-kind, integrated catamaran. The goal was to design one vessel capable of performing six functions: dive support, geophysical survey, geotechnical survey, cargo transport, hyperbaric rescue, and safety standby. Challenges included SOLAS 2009 (Safety of Life at Sea) compliance, efficient space arrangement, and displacement and draught control.