A request from an amateur hungarian boat builder

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by kitzoli, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. philSweet
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    philSweet Senior Member

    Like this. Avoid tapering the fin upward, it creates too much drag.
     

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  2. kenJ
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    kenJ Senior Member

    Thanks Phil,
    Storms are on the way...stay safe
     
  3. kitzoli
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    kitzoli Junior Member

    May thanks for the ideas ! Phil, thank you too for the drawing, i follow your advice.
     
  4. Dean Smith

    Dean Smith Previous Member

    Ok , I wll mail you, usually I go into Bratislava from Austria, will be great to visit
    I talk to Rick now and then
     
  5. kitzoli
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  6. tunnels

    tunnels Previous Member

    This will be the wake from each hull merging together right where the out board leg is so if you fashion a deflector to attach to the leg that will deflect the water to each side and down wards should be problem solved and no more splash . either fibreglass or sheet metal to try and see !!:idea:
     

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    Kitzoli; your boats are interesting and apparently well crafted. What I find most beautiful is in the background of your pictures, the trees, the houses, the tranquil water. You are fortunate to have such a place to enjoy.
     
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