I fail to comprehend why, after posting the name origin, available data, the patents, and the facts, just why it is that @ellmer has chosen 'Ramform' as his prize design label, then fails to conform to any of the design specifications, all the while ridiculing every attempt I have made to stay within the known specifications and parameters of actual, functioning Ramform® designs, proven seaworthy in the harshest conditions.
Ramform being designed and further developed off observations of the Marjata, by Roar Ramde, with the name trademarked and registered, the design patented, even the basic formulas for the designs are available online.
IMHO @Matias deserves better credit than having his artwork mislabeled and misrepresented as something other than his own. 'Buzzword' discussion aside, Matias deserves better. His design sports an apparent Axe Bow, which is not a feature of any Ramform® vessel, but is an acknowledged, seaworthy design feature. His 'V' shape bears some resemblance to proposed designs, and, if there is a submerged hull structure beneath the 'harbor' area, then it actually might work as intended. There is a similar design for a narrower hull with a rear entry wet/dry dock aft section that his harbor design resembles, when flooded and used as a wet dock.