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Old 10-03-2012
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Re: Full or fin keel?

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Originally Posted by PCP View Post
Yes of course, all naval architects now that a tender boat is safer than a stiff boat on rough water, I mean sailing...

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Paulo
Glad you are continuing to learn something from me. As we all know, a stiff boat follows the waves due to its significant hull moment, creating poor movement. Perhaps you need to review and learn from my previous posts. But to quote a book written 150 years ago:

A manual of Naval Architechture, 1877

"A stiff ship is... A steady ship on the contrary when exposed to the action of waves keeps nearly upright. the stiffest ships are the least steady."

Paulo.. I have pointed this out before. The characteristics of a rough water boat is it reamains vertical in the presence of waves. This is the characteristic of the IP.
Bryce
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