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Flat open-open fishing boat

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The inclination angle of the flat-open type fishing boat is larger than the tilt angle of other types of flat boats, while the tendency of the surrogate is small. This is mainly because it applies a ray, not due to the flat. Although its speed is slower than the flat sailing boat, it can be safe when there is an external ballast, so it is suitable for long-distance sailing. But it is still not recommended for ocean sailing.


The flat open-open fishing boat can make low-speed motorboats, with small engines to save economically. Due to the low initial stability of the palace, it will sway, so it is necessary to reduce its gravity and avoid high cabin. And this boat can deal with and continue to advance in harsh climate. Figure 2 is a 27-foot flat open-opening tour boat, with a power of 18 horsepower, and the propulsion device exits the trap exit. It is used in the Atlantic area for fishing, entertainment and exercise. The total cost is less than $ 750 in 1969. In this way, there is no need for a ganglous yacht when people go out.


The flat open-open fishing boat is designed to have a large tail plate for a sliding speed. Because it has a large tilt of the water side and longer hoe head extension, it is good to wave the wave hit performance than the flat sailing boat. The large tail plate reduces the swing, but it also reduces the efficiency of low speed. Therefore, the compromise method is limited to a boat with a semi-tank speed, and there is a widened tail rice to improve stability.


The main point of designing the flat rider is that there is a relatively low dryboard and the water part to reduce the weight and the wind above the deck. The keel of sailing should not have excessive radians because it is damaged. The sailing and motorboat should have a sharp head shape and deep head column, especially for motorboats to reduce the impact of waves.