Yes, many boats handle this different. Some are designed to get out completely. Mine for example has a pretty high deadrise and comes out of the water completely. Some others i saw, always have some Tubes in the water, and go pretty fast though.
The drawback with the Tubes out of the water is the stability at higher speeds. When i go around 27knots, my boat "whips" a bit, when i do some slight turns, while the other desingns are lying rock solid in the water.
On the other side, i always stay dry in my boat, where the others get some spray inside.
To be honest, in my region the vast majority of RIB's always have the Tubes in the water at the Transom and some way forward. My Avon is quite exotic here. All the "italian style" RIB's have a much lower deadrise an the Tubes down...