Jegue D’água

The mold and the plug. When i took the mold off the plug and turned around, took a shock. Wow, I had a chill… my stern is too small.  But research is research. Let’s see….

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About Fred Schmidt

Engenheiro Naval interessado em projeto de veleiros radio-controlados. Naval Architect interested in RC sailboats design
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2 Responses to Jegue D’água

  1. Fred Schmidt says:

    Hi Don
    Certainly that by the aesthetic point of view, is very different. I look at the hull, and see two. One forward and one aft. A normal hull fore, a narrow hull aft, totally different, looks like Frankenstein. lol
    A normal boat fore, a destroyer aft.
    The hull has a narrow beam BWL = 0.153 m with a stern much more fine, this is my concern. I saw a few IOM hulls so thin.
    Stability, pitching, water behavior, are some apprehension.
    But this is what excites me, the unknown.
    But my principal curiosity is the driveability since we do the hull to agree with Turners theory.
    Cheers
    Fred

  2. Don Case says:

    Hi Fred
    Why do you think your stern is to small? Is it just aesthetics you are worried about? What problems do you think it will cause?
    Don

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