Monohull

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  1. Javaid Hosany
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    Javaid Hosany Junior Member

    In what category do you put this boat?
    (1) Displacement hull
    (2) Semi-Displacement hull
    (3) Planning hull
     

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  2. Manie B
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    Manie B Senior Member

    Interesting boat, please post as much details as you have, power system, lenght, width, wieght, speed etc. and pictures of the boat out of the water on a trailer.
     
  3. juiceclark

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    It is, obviously, a Cuban parasailing boat...thought you guys were professionals!
     
  4. Nordic Cat
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    Nordic Cat Senior Member


    Displacement, at the shown speed at least. Long thin monohulls very seldom plane.

    Alan
     
  5. Javaid Hosany
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    Javaid Hosany Junior Member

    No it is not a Cuban parasailing boat
     
  6. PAR
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    PAR Yacht Designer/Builder

    She's surely in displacement mode, but may have the capacity to over come her wave train, though judging by the lack of a dynamic relationship with the water and it's bow wave, I'd suggest it is incapable of full plane mode.
     
  7. Javaid Hosany
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    Javaid Hosany Junior Member

    So PAR, in what time of hull you place it? Semi displacement?
     
  8. PAR
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    PAR Yacht Designer/Builder

    She's displacement running about 1.4 S/L in the image above, unless the wave train is reacting to a "fall" which surrounding conditions don't support.
     

  9. Javaid Hosany
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    Ok thanks.
     
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