Introducing my second boat, this one is 100% more boat-looking. With a rudder and a better front, along with a bunch other improvements! :) A tip would be amazing if you like the design for your gaming table.
I have also created alternative styles allowing for you to print a copy which you like more. The decisions are if you wish to have a flat or interlocking bottom of the ship. I did this to give it stability.
For print settings and an explanation of when to use supports and the options please see the below information with pictures!
Also, while I was printing my copy of the boat I discovered two issues which have been fixed in these copies of the files. One was the grill part in Middle2 and the end of Bottom1. Both these issues have been fixed on the files.
The next boat I am working on is going to be 20 cannon Frigate ship, it is about 70% done through the design phase and you can re-use the bottom 3 sections of this ship for it. This will be the last of boats I think for now. This boat I will also try and use magnets for horizontal protection.
If this boat isn't big enough for you, check out my other one! https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3129092
Edit: As of 31/03/2019 I have added a new mast a crows-nest, please see "New_mast". This can hold 1 D&D miniature.
Edit: I have had reports and personal experience with bottom2_slidingstyle being weak and breaking. I have updated it, and added a stronger version Bottom2_SlidingStyleStronger
You can add small sections of MDF or plastic to add as a barrier on the bottom of the middle and top sections. This can give it horizontal protection.
Like what I did with the other ship, you can do the standard woodfill post-processing of Sanding, Wood dye, Lacquer and varnish. As of these pictures I haven't done any of these post-processing steps. Please see my other design for images of this kind of post-processing.
Bottom Alternative: Sliding. To print this you must use supports to be able to print the extending parts which connect to Middle2. Middle2 itself can be printed with brim and no supports.
Bottom Alternative: Flat. This is the same style as the previous boat. It provides so protection against horizontal forces. This alternative also has 2 alternatives for Middle2, one with the walls and one with walls and mask. If you wish to print doorways, supports are required.
Middle1 does not require any supports. Middle2 I used a raft, as it is easier for me to print this way. The choice is up to you. Middle3 supports can be used for the doorway, you can get away without I did not but normally I would use tree-supports. Top1 does not require any special printing.
I have experienced and had reports of Bottom2 sliding style breaking. So, I have added a bulkhead which connects the two sides together. This will make it stronger.