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Thread: West Lawn

  1. #1
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    Dec 2006

    West Lawn

    Hey guys, I am thinking about starting the West Lawn yacht design program in Jan. I know this program carries a great deal of weight in certain areas of the marine industry. I am currently working as a process engineer for a boat manufacturer whos name I will not list (we do not build sport boats though). Anyways, I really want to get in to the sport boat area of the marine industry. I havent decided which way i want to go yet, as far as if i want to design for another company or if i want to design and build for my self.

    I know a lot of you guys have ties in the sport boating industry and I was wondering if West Lawn will help open any doors for me? I already have a 4 year industrial engineering degree.

    Thanks for any info!

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member J-Bonz's Avatar
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    I was thinking of doing the same program. I just graduated with a 4 year, BSME. I had the have the same questions as you. The only thing I can say is it cant hurt ya to take em.

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    Registered cosmic12's Avatar
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    I would think long and hard about that, and spend some time look'n at where and how alot of them are built. Its not real pretty.

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