Maxime Le Mounier - Yacht Designer - Naval Architect
Maxime Le Mounier
Unit 920, 401 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, 33139, USA
Full, clean EU licence • Coastal licence
Born May, 18th 1985 • French nationality
American Intercontinental University (Miami, USA) - 2011 to 2012
MBA Management Candidate with a concentration in Project Management. Course includes GlobalFinancial Management, Managerial approach to Marketing, Strategic Management, Research for Decision Making, Project Management, Project Planning and Quality Management.
Graduation planned in May, 2012
Southampton Solent University (United Kingdom) - 2005 to 2008
Final year project: 50-feet aluminium sailing yacht
Group Project: 50-feet week-end cruiser powered by electricity
Graduated in June 2008
Master in Business Administration- Project Management
Beng (Hons) Yacht and powercraft design
Baccalauréat S, Lycée D’Arsonval (Saint Maur des Fossés, France) – 2003
Spoken and written languages: French (mother tongue), English (fluent practical and working levels), Spanish (practical and working levels)
Computing skills: Experienced user of Rhino, Maxsurf and complements, AutoCAD, Solidworks, Hull Scant, Micro‑Station, Lloyds SSC, Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel and Powerpoint). Daily use of Internet.
BMT Nigel Gee 2011
Extensively involved in all aspects of the design of a Trimaran Ro-Pax such as hull and structure modeling, weight engineering and GA. Participated in the design of a swath. Carried out a hull form comparison study on pilot boats and successfully reported on the stability issues of cable layers operating in onshore wind farms
Camarc Ltd (Shoreham-by-sea)– April to september 2010
Carried out various aspects of small craft design. In charge of technical drawings, modelling and rendering of pilot and patrol boats.
RINA Young Designer Award 2010 – September 2009 to January 2010
Submission of a 72-m eco-friendly super yacht, Hanuman, equipped with solar panels, a Kite and LPG engines. In charge of 2D Drawings and 3D modeling and rendering. Definition and calculation of the structural lay out. Hull parameters definition and modeling. Exterior and Interior design.
Competitor as young designer
Amels, Design Department (Vlissingen, Netherlands) – January to July 2009
Worked on projects of luxury motor yachts among which Limited Editions 212 and 199. Technical drawings on AutoCad and Micro-station, various calculations, modelling on Rhino and on-board stability tests. Delivery on schedule of insulation plans.
Junior Naval Architect
Ernest Sibiril Shipyards (Carantec, France) – July 2008
Work as a GRP laminator (use of composite materials in a female mould building method).Positioning and laminating of the structure.
Shamrock quay (Southampton, UK) – June 2007
Shipyard experience during the restoration of “Altair”, 40m wooden yacht from the 1930’s.Tasks included sanding and painting.
Personal projects (Brittany, France) – Summer 2004 and 2005
Les Glénans (Brittany, France) – Summers 2002 and 2003
Workshop experience in the sailing school, maintenance of dinghies, catamarans, windsurfs.
Travelling: Brazil (4 years), Cyprus (3 years), United Kingdom (3 years) and Netherlands (6 months)
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