It perfectly obvious where the hull is in the pic to me? Its an old pic so I can't really go and take another.
The Assault is aimed at the market I said, go and ask Humber or look on their website-
"The Assault is easy to launch, can be towed by the average family car and fits in most garages. All this comes at a very affordable price. "
The Attaque was also aimed at the same market but was a considerably better hull.
The more you say the more I think you have an Attaque as the assault does have a flat planing platform, it is actually listed as a selling point (have no idea why!) and mine had it and I can even post a pic if you don't believe me? Compare weights to most similiar sized hulls to see what I mean by lightweight, even Humbers hulls.
I have not claimed here at any point that a Destroyer is perfect but I have driven Attaques, Destroyers and Assaults for some considerable "seat time" and even owned two of the three types. The only one I would not recommend is the Assault as it is a poorly designed,(construction is up to the usual Humber standard, rough but perfectly strong),and poorly thought out Hull.
I would not recommend one to anyone as there are far better hulls out there of the same size (infact IMO just about everything out there the same size is better
If you read my posts in relation to your earlier posts above I am saying exactly the same things as here.
The assault is not a deep V hull by any stretch of the imagination and gives a very wet uncomfortable ride. These are facts which as far as I am concerned are unarguable.
The Assault is a poor hull and badly designed mainly for family use. These are opinions but
pretty valid ones I reckon based on experience with the type and the above facts.
Even when I had one I cannot at any point remember trying to argue it was a good hull........
Pablo, do me a favour and post a pic of you transom and the bow section of your hull, Assaults and Attaques look different and a pic will confirm what type you have..............