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Old 30 March 2004, 17:30   #11
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jk - too quick typing for me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


ps i always find terms deep/medium v a bit vague and generally ask for the exact angle - then you're in no doubt

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Old 30 March 2004, 18:23   #12
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drawing below (if it attached ok) shows a section at the transom. the chine is typically a lot narrower at the bow, getting bigger towards the stern. This one is a slightly concave chine. spray rails also shown, these get water off the hull and away from the boat - less surface friction and a dry ride if it all works as planned!

I hope i've remembered this all ok, but i'm prepared to be shot down if not..........
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Old 31 March 2004, 02:39   #13
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Nice boat that, Osprey sparrowhawk, wobbles like a wobbly thing at rest (very deep v) but as smooth as silk in a sea. Not mine, is one used for training (on its last legs now sadly)
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Old 31 March 2004, 02:42   #14
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PS Robin, no not that angle!
Ta for that. Someone once explained to me what deadrise was, i must have been very drunk at the time or just my usual hard of understanding.
What is that angle called?
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Nice boat that, Osprey sparrowhawk, wobbles like a wobbly thing at rest (very deep v) but as smooth as silk in a sea. Not mine, is one used for training (on its last legs now sadly)
Where is that one based?
Looks very much like one of the boats I used last week on my Safety Boat Course.

Oh I passed by the way!!

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Old 31 March 2004, 05:28   #16
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Planing pad?

Is that the flat bit ahead of the prop? All sorts of odd shapes under here. Dead rise seems to be 24-25. Very different at the chine which ends 3" foreward of the transom.
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Old 31 March 2004, 05:30   #17
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And from the bow

Have a look at the angle of the front and rear rollers.

P.S. Rusty bits to be sorted over easter.
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Have a look at the angle of the front and rear rollers.

Mark

Your rear rollers are further outboard than the front rollers so the angle will be different.

The hull seems to flair outwards all along as it reaches the tubes.

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Old 31 March 2004, 06:01   #19
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Where is that one based?
Looks very much like one of the boats I used last week on my Safety Boat Course.

Oh I passed by the way!!

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It is one and the same. Mark said you had passed. Well done.
I was meant to be there to assist him but I couldn't make it.
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It is one and the same. Mark said you had passed. Well done.
I was meant to be there to assist him but I couldn't make it.
Oh your that Robin

Was a good course, learnt a lot.
Just need to get more time on the water now.

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