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Planing Hulls

Planing hulls have a bottom shaped to provide additional lift under the amidship and after surfaces as boat speed increases, causing the forward surfaces to lift out of the water and thereby decreasing drag. The after surfaces are typically flatter as opposed to rounded, and may have some V-shape to improve tracking, as well as partial tunnels to help minimize draft.

The SARGO 28: Finland’s Feisty Weekender Takes Off

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The SARGO 28 is a mini pilothouse cruiser that is capable of handling rough conditions while keeping the crew warm and dry. When the sun comes out, it’s easy to let the outdoors in by opening the panoramic sunroof and the dual pilothouse doors.

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