Originally Posted by Johnwin
The tricky devils have splashed a leeway
"hull looks pretty familiar......"
I'm really sorry about this kind of comments,I've been really working hard for months, day and night,and came up with a hull that is for shure not unique but has it's own distinctive character.
Just to start the hull is 1.9 mtrs wide and 7.2 long, which I'm pretty shure are very different measures from what it's usually found around.
2) if the hull has something in common with other hullls it has to do with some 70's boats made by Levi, you guys might better look into some motorboating history books,the hull is a moderate delta but of course probably none of you talking about familiar feelings and splashing knows what I?m talking about.
None today is building Delta's hull because they are hulls intended for pure speed they were quiet popular in the 70's in my country Italy.
Max beam is at transom and this is intended to support a lot of weight in the back of the boat this boat weight is 1300 kg and 700 are in the aft portion.
The V at the Bow is very extreme being around 50 deg. 60 at the last station (if you know what a station is)
The deadrise is extremely variable from 18 deg to more than 55,again very few are using this kind of dimensions on hulls today,ask leeway ,I see they post on this web site!!
If anyone is interested in seeing the original lines plan I can email it ,I will not post it here for obvious reasons.
Plus you can see the entire mould construction on my web site @ http://www.naumacosdesign.it/25%20ri...pics%20eng.htm
All the mould have been laser cut from 3D files using the latest technologies.
Hull is attached in picture, if you or anyone else does recognize his/her hull please let me know...I doubt.
A lot of passion,sacrifice and thinking has gone into this boat,I've always hated splashers, so please, before you offend and hurt feelings think to 3 and be shure you know what you are talking about!!!!