Tsunamiball Scan from Matterport

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Last year I had a visit from my friends at Matterport and they did a scan of the Tsunamiball. The file has been up for a while, and when I showed it to a friend the other day they asked why I hadn’t shared it on my blog. Why indeed? Here it is. Enjoy, and sorry for the mess around the boat. 🙂


5 responses to “Tsunamiball Scan from Matterport

  1. Your design like a crash helmet is great and I love the Matterport scan! Do you know the final dimensions yet? I work in transportation and the final dimensions of your boat need to be less than 102” wide, 53’ long, and must fit on a semi or other trailer with a height of under 13’ 6” or it will require very expensive over dimensional permits every time you want to move it. Keep rockin! I look forward to seeing it on the water.

  2. For your issue on the stairs and how people get in. You can try and do a reverse jet stairs. Jet stairs in stead of going out it can go in. Once inside you can close the latch making as much room as possible.

    Check out this link.
    Just think of that inside out. Where it brings you into the boat.
    Thank u and tell me what you think.

    • Marc,

      Thank you for the comments. I like the airline stairs as well. I was advised against inward opening hatches by my marine products supplier. In fact I was told that they couldn’t sell anyone a hatch if they knew it would be used as an open-in hatch. This was a big flag for me, so I revised my plans to have the hatch open out.

      As for the Matterport link… I am using Chrome on a Mac, and I have no troubles. Sorry its not working for you.

      Best and thanks again.


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