Based on the author's articles from various magazines, these unconventional sail and power boat designs include dinghies, pirogues, row boats, schooners, catamarans, dugouts, houseboats, and more.If you want to go really fast, it makes sense to get up well clear of uneven surfaces like land and water. ... here backing off the riverbank and then accelerating to skim up the stream with a towering rooster tail like a prop-riding hydroplane. ... Even a water-jet boat wouldna#39;t be in the same class because of its underhull intake.
|Title||:||Boats with an Open Mind: Seventy-Five Unconventional Designs and Concepts|
|Author||:||Philip C. Bolger, Philip Bolger|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 1994|