Originally Posted by Erin
I put mine down to the whole boat being too light. Something to do with a lack of matting or two in the lay up
. Helped make my decision to sell it tho and get a proper rib.
I'd second this theory......... just not enough holding the boat down in the water. More weight anywhere will help - in the bow will mean more force needed to 'lift' the bow via trim so more 'down/planted' at the stern...
More weight at the stern may have the same effect in calm water but make it 'flighty' into head sea?
So loose 1/2 knot top end or loose the scary wobble? - no contest for me !
Ps - I get this on the avon when lightly loaded at about 28knts - when loaded it vanished and I get to very very close to the same speed.