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Boatbuilding Basics: Fiberglass, Composites, and Wood ...

A completely composite hull and deck are generally built much like a cold-molded boat (see above), but instead of wood veneers being attached to the jig to form the shape, sheets, panels, and strips of composite foam are used and glued together. Once the shaped of the hull has been achieved, multiple layers of fiberglass and epoxy are applied.

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Hull (watercraft)

Hull form lines, lengthwise and in cross-section. A hull is the watertight body of a ship, boat, or flying boat. The hull may open at the top (such as a dinghy ), or it may be fully or partially covered with a deck. Atop the deck may be a deckhouse and other superstructures, such as a funnel, , or mast.

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The Fastest Race SUP? Displacement Hull vs Planing Hull ...

 · Jeff's board is a displacement type hull, similar to the Dennis Pang board but at 26 1/2" wide is about 1 1/2" wider and more stable. It also has more rocker and cable rudder system that runs underneath the deck, like on the SIC. The Dennis Pang board has a fiberglass batten running down the deck that controls the rudder.

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Trihull vs V-hull Bowrider vs Deckboat

 · Re: Trihull vs V-hull Bowrider vs Deckboat - Noob Questions welcome to iboats! hopefully my information can give you a little help. i wouldnt say that tri-hulls lose much if any turning radious compared to a v -hull. i did notice on my tri-hull with 4 people in the back once on plane i lost quite a bit of turning power so i put some one ahead of the windshield and it turns just fine. they are ...

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Trihull vs V-hull Bowrider vs Deckboat

 · Re: Trihull vs V-hull Bowrider vs Deckboat - Noob Questions welcome to iboats! hopefully my information can give you a little help. i wouldnt say that tri-hulls lose much if any turning radious compared to a v -hull. i did notice on my tri-hull with 4 people in the back once on plane i lost quite a bit of turning power so i put some one ahead of the windshield and it turns just fine. they are ...

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Island Gypsy 40

The hull of this boat is well framed and the decks seemed solid enough, although I couldn't find out what the deck core was. The deck is glassed to the hull. As usual with Chinese boats, there is excessive use of chopped strand mat throughout the hull interior.

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Boat Hull Types and how they differ

Good deck area. Content courtesy of www.instructortoolkit.co.uk. You can see the four most common boat hull types in this simple drawing. The kind of boats we find ourselves fishing on the most are the ones we call “Round-bottom” or “V-Bottom” boats. The depth of the “v” determines how well the boat handles in deep rough water or ...

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'Toons vs. decks | Pontoon & Deck Boat Magazine

 · The V-shaped hull on deck boats enables the boat to cut through the water and get up on plane at a high speed, creating a surf able wake. A V-shaped hull boat is most fuel efficient when cruising at high speeds since slower speeds infringe on the hull's natural ability to …

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V hull vs catamaran | Performance Boats Forum

 · 138 Posts. #6 · . I'm guessing if you can afford any one of those boats money probably isn't an issue but you might want to check on the insurance difference. Sometimes a can be 10X more to insure than a V hull. As far as the ride goes there's no competition... all the way devil.

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Balcony In Hull vs Glassed in

 · Thanks for the help on the glassed in vs. in hull balcony. I think I will opt for the B1 in hull balcony on deck 6. Unless... I can figure out the best balcony on deck 8 (obsctucted). They appear to be glassed in and if you can get a nice view... all the better.

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Catamaran Or Monohull? 27 Important Facts (Explained)

 · Catamaran owners will need to do preventative maintenance on two different engines, and they’ll have two hulls and a large deck area to clean and maintain as well. If they’re getting the bottom of the boat treated, they’ll have to do this twice (once for each hull). Even the interior components can usually be found twice.

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Deck Boat V Hull Boats Vs Other Boats?

Generally designed for function over form, deck boats employ a v-hull combined with a widened deck for maximum capacity while still getting some great maneuverability when things get choppy. These typically have the largest seating capacity but with the additional weight of anywhere from 9 to 14 passengers they might not be as agile in the ...

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Boat Hull Shapes: What Hull Shape is Best?

 · As one of the oldest hull shapes (imagine two logs tied together), catamarans occupy a small niche in America and larger niches in some other areas of the world. Using two hulls bridged by a deck, the catamaran design provides additional beam, increased stability and, at the same time, increased speed (the slim twin hulls have little drag).

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Bowrider vs. Deck Boat: A Full Comparison | BowriderPro.com

Deck boats are commonly used for water sports, fishing, and day cruising. It’s common for people to compare a deck boat, in terms of looks and performance, to that of a bowrider. Although, others may compare it to that of a pontoon. This is because they were designed by combining the layout of that of a pontoon with the hull design of a runabout.

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 · I went with the transom mounted transducer over the thru-hull because the original thru-hull installation lost signal returns while the boat was planning (I suspect air bubbles were the culprit /poor installation). ... I cut a piece of ¾” plywood to fit flush within the lips of the bilge hatch as it is lying open on the deck (to have an even ...

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Hurricane Deck Boat versus Pontoon: The Ultimate ...

The V-shaped hull will provide better fuel efficiency and speed, therefore creating a small surfable wake. However, the pontoon can stay fully flat in its boxy shape making for a slower but much smoother ride. Price. The debate over price between Hurricane deck boats and …

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deck over or open hull????

 · Sure you can duck hunt with a deck over, Its just easier to haul all the stuff I need in an open hull, Decoy bags, Blind material, gear bags, cooler, guns and shell/blind bags,ect,ect. But I would love to own a deck over, they excel in other ways.

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How to fiberglass a deck and foam a hull | Boating Forum ...

 · repeat this process till your hull is foamed. both sides. Make sure the foam has properly expanded out the top of the holes, so there are no air voids under the deck (in the foamed areas). After all the foam is poured in.....wait a full hour till the foam has properly expanded and cured.

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 · The Adventure uses a different hull design and is more successful at avoiding the issue. With a LWL of about 15.5 feet, the "hull speed" is 6.1 MPH. With only 40% of the power used to drive the tandem (one set of standard fins), it can top 7 MPH; with a set of Turbofins, it can do at least 7.8 MPH and not look like it's stuck.

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Cored Hull Bottoms

Cored hull bottom failures are starting to show up in increasing numbers, just as I had predicted. After all, the industry went though this ridiculous situation in the 1960's, again in the early 1980's and now in the decade of single digits. The industry love affair with cored bottoms seems to run in twenty year cycles and here we are again.

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Best Boat for Rough Seas, Rough Water Boats | Boating Magazine

 · If you’re headed offshore and a dry ride is your No. 1 priority, you’ll want to make sure the hull has enough flare to ensure that the water follows the hull and travels outboard rather than over the deck. If you’re an angler, you might look for hull cutaways in the right spots to support the design’s self-bailing characteristics.

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Boat Covers to Fit Different Styles of Boats Including V ...

Deck Boat with Tower - Over-the-Tower Cover. Choose This Style. ... Pontoons w/Rails that Partially Enclose Deck Leaving 1' ' of Open Deck Forward of Front Gate & Aft of Rear Gate. ... V-Hull Runabout Boats/Modified V-Hull Boats Over-the-Tower Cover. Choose …

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How different hull types react in rough water

 · The Valhalla V 's planing hull gives it a speed advantage over other hull types. It’s important to qualify any discussion on planing hulls because their ability to take on and not only survive but also thrive in heavy seas is greatly dependent on hull form and, specifically, their ability to reliably make good speed in these conditions.

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Bowrider vs. Deck Boat: A Full Comparison | BowriderPro.com

Deck boats are commonly used for water sports, fishing, and day cruising. It’s common for people to compare a deck boat, in terms of looks and performance, to that of a bowrider. Although, others may compare it to that of a pontoon. This is because they were designed by combining the layout of that of a pontoon with the hull design of a runabout.

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Deck Boat vs. Pontoon: How They Compare | Manitou Pontoon ...

 · The flat hull keeps the boat steady in the water, both while moving and sitting still. Deck boats, however, use v-hulls, which cut through the water while moving, allowing deck boats to accelerate more quickly than traditional pontoons.

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vs v hull... | River Daves Place

 · Ok guys, Im trying to get as much input as possible regarding my next boat purchase. I want an open bow or deck boat, however my experience is limited regarding the safety and handling of the vs v hull. All I've owned have been v hull, and what riverbound would call …

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tabbing new deck to hull | Downeast Boat Forum

 · Do a radius with hull and deck, and glass it . Remember that hull and deck is hard to smooth up , so do a clean job with the radius, unless you glass around the edges before it kicks.Not a bad way to do it if you havent done alot of glass work. Do around the edges ,in 6 inches, and up six inches, then you can do the flat in another lay up.

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Jon Boat Hull Guide: Flat Bottom, V-Shape, or Modified V

The deck will be built higher within the hull to allow a more practical area when it comes to moving about or storing gear. Disadvantages of the modified are also a combination of both other designs, with a nod to both the flat bottom and v-bottom but more modest. It is not as stable as the flat hull …

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Deck Boat or Bowrider? 11 Important Facts (For Beginners)

 · The deck boat has a wider front, or bow, which is essentially a wider deck on top of the v shape of the hull on a bowrider. Both of these boats are agile, and they are made from fiberglass. A common analogy with deck boats and bowriders is the similarity to a minivan or a sportscar.

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Deck Boat vs. Bowrider | Discover Boating

The wide bow can be accomplished through some trickery in hull design. Lots of deck boats have a deep-V design with a flared hull at the bow. Others employ a tri-hull-like design up front to create the nice wide bow area and open deck design, then transition back to a deep-V amidships and at the stern.

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