Are you sailing, or powering?
Are you doing this in calm, flat water or in rough water?
How much "stuff" do you want to carry?
For what distance do you want to be able to travel at high speed?
Do you want comfort as well? Cheapness? Good looks?
And, last but not least, how much do you plan on spending on this boat?
All the above will have some bearing on what is the "Best" hull for the job.
i want to design a fast boat but i am not sure about the hull shape yet. i want to decide which hull shape is better than the other based on calculation and data. this design is for salling not for powering
Last edited by mn4050 : 07-01-2004 at 07:59 AM. Reason: missing informatiom
This is good for glass flat water, though the first wave will knock your teeth out.
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