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Old 16 August 2010, 04:06   #1
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Hull design...feedback from experts??

Here is a hull for an 8M rib.... is it well designed just from the looks...thoughts positive or negative appreciated...
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Old 16 August 2010, 04:21   #2
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Designed by Picasso with a large glass of Absinthe I think
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Old 16 August 2010, 04:54   #3
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haha.....then it should be really good!!!
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I'm no naval architect, but it looks as if every hull design gimmick from the last 30yrs have all appeared in the one hull. Should look better with tubes on.
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haha.....then it should be really good!!!
Fantastic
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Old 16 August 2010, 06:01   #6
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I would suggest that the design is best suited for use on relatively flat water.

The bow and mid sections would tend to slam in a sea.

The bow particularly doesn't provide a fine entry needed in a chop.
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I would suggest that the design is best suited for use on relatively flat water.

The bow and mid sections would tend to slam in a sea.

The bow particularly doesn't provide a fine entry needed in a chop.
Probably....cause from the info I got its just 20deg vee at the transom, and I believe the "big boy" RIBs have 23 degrees....
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