A sailboat without a sail is but a hull of itself.
To determine the hull speed of a sailboat, multiply the square root of the length at the water line by 1.34. The answer will be in nautical miles per hour.
A sailboat will have positive buoyancy if the weight of the boat is less than the weight of the water it takes the place of. The weight of the water that is being occupied by the hull is displacement.
round bottom hull
The hull of a boat is the body of the boat. it is the part of the boat in the water. excluding the mast, boom, sail, rudder, keel, etc.
The hull is the outer shell or the metal skin of the submarine that protects the inner area from the outside water.
The hull of the Titanic, and for any ship, is the outer shell of metal that sorrounds the ship and protects it from the water outisde and provides a vessel to float in the water.
Wind and Water are the main elements that help the boat to sail. Water helps the barge or hull to push forward and the wind gives extra speed.
A displacement hull always displaces an amount of water equal to the weight of the boat. A planing hull at a certain speed, will begin PLANING and rise partly out of the water, forced up by its v shaped hull, and only be displacing an amount of water equal to partial weight of the boat. A large ship, a tugboat, a barge, or a sailboat are displacement hulls. A speedboat or a jetski are planing hulls.
A casing deck is another term for a submarine's superstructure hull, which is the outer hull that protects the inner pressure hull. Using a thermos bottle as an analogy, the inner container where liquid goes would be the pressure hull, and the outer case which protects it the superstructure, or outer hull.
That depends on what length Sunfish you are referring to.
the outer hull generally
Blue water sailboat's are boats/yachts that have been designed to with stand the open seas. The designer has had to take into consideration the extra weight the boat might carry. The longer voyages that will require more equipment, tankage (petrol) and maybe more crew members. the extra weight can affect the design of the boat, from hull design to keel placement.
A rough estimate of hull speed in knots is 1.34 times the square root of the length at the waterline in feet. The Catalina 22 has a 19 foot waterline, leading to an estimated hull speed of 5.8 knots
check the hull for cracks/holes. check the foam on the inside of the hull if possible. if it is decomposed you could stuff all the strofoam you can into the hull incase it takes on water the foam should keep it afloat (assuming you have enough). seal everything that will be under the water with fiberglass resin and you should be good to go.
The highest sailboat speeds are by "non-displacement hull" sailboats, such as catamarans and trimarans. The world record speed attained, by official records, is 64 miles per hour for a trimaran.
This depends on the design of the boat to a certain extent, however typically when a yacht is heeling it would be moving quickly, causing the bow to raise and thus less surface area contacting the water. The majority of single hull sailing yachts would have less surface area contacting the water when heeling.
The Hughes plant burned down in 1991, I understand with all molds.
A hull designed to cut through the water while staying immersed in the water, a "V" shaped hull.
The Plimsoll line... it's a series of marks on the outer hull of a ship - that indicates how deep the vessel is sitting in the water.
The serial number should be located on the hull or the hull member. It should be located on the transom above the water line. It can also be on a plate.