Flybridge cruiser BreeZEr-33

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  1. Yanmers
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    looks different
     
  3. Yanmers
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    Few words about difference

    Thank you warched my "BreeZer-33"
    Here are few words about what exactly difference between my boat and other Flybridge cruisers:

    1) This is the combination of deep V-hull and catamaran.I designed the deep V hull with ricing reverse chine from middle to bow , making bow sharp entry 54 degrees. Half angle of entry is JUST only 20.5 degrees.This is why Breezer-33
    a) has less wave resistance compare other boats no large .
    b) has no large bow wave ( also compare others)
    I made catamaran shape for aft , moving engine set up place from transom ( typical for other boat) to midship line .( I did replace boat center of gravity )
    As a combination of CG- correction and V hull design BreeZer-33 has one more difference point:
    c) boat accelerating without bow lifting.

    Any questions or thoughts. Thanks again.
     
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    Can we see a picture or drawing of the underwater part ?
     
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    under water part

    My copyright documents now in process in Washington DC . I will show any drawing since I will get it.
    But now I will take a look what pictures has underwater part and will post it or I can send it to you personally if you wish.
     
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    post so we all can see
     
  7. Yanmers
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    pictures

    I will post it on weekend. I am new on the forum and I just need to understand how to use the web site options and what way to post pictures and other info. I appreciate your all interests and thanks in advance for any one questions .
     

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    Picture or drawing of the underwater part

    So this is one of most clear picture of the underwater part. I will be glad to answer your questions if you have some.
     

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