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04/20/2014

deadrise - The measurement of the angle between the bottom of a boat and its widest beam. A vessel with a 0 deadrise has a flat bottom, high numbers indicate deep V shaped hulls.


deadrise
Degrees of V-shape hull angle measured at the transom of planing powerboats.
deck boat
Blunt-bowed power boat generally characterized by an open deck and generous passenger seating.

Deadrise - The design angle between the keel and horizontal.
Deadwood - A wooden part of the centerline structure of a boat, usually between the sternpost and amidships.

deadrise - Expressed as an angle, it is height between the vessel's bottom and its widest beam.
dead water - The water in a vessel's wake, close to her sternpost, that follows the ship.

DEADRISE
The design angle between the keel and horizontal. A vessel with a 0 degree deadrise has a flat bottom where as a a higher degree will indicate a deeper 'v' shaped hull.
DECK ...

DEADRISE - The angle from the bottom of the hull (not the keel) to the chine.
DECK - A permanent covering over a compartment, hull or any part thereof.
DEEP-V HULL - A hull designed to go through the water and not capable of planning speed.

Deadrise:
The angle at which the bottom rises from where it joins the keep to the turn of the bilge, or chine.
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Deadrise: The design angle between the keel (q.v.) and horizontal.
Dead run: See running.
Deadwood: A wooden part of the centerline structure of a boat, usually between the sternpost and amidships.

Deadrise - The design angle between the keel (q.v.) and horizontal.
Decks - the structures forming the approximately horizontal surfaces in the ship's general structure. Unlike flats, they are a structural part of the ship.

RISE OF BOTTOM See deadrise. RISER The upright board of a stair. A pipe extending vertically and having side branches. RISINGS The fore and aft stringers inside a small boat, secured to the frames, and on which the thwarts rest.

Deadrise: Rise of the bottom from baseline to molded breadth measureed amidships. Also called "rise of floor" or "rise of bottom".

flat-bottom boatType of boat or hull shape with very little or no deadrise.

The hull form shows distinct deadrise ranging from 13 degrees amidships to 5 degrees at the stern. Even the entry shows deadrise and not that conical section we are used to seeing at the forward sections.

Deep-Vee - A hard chine power boat having a 15 degree or more angle deadrise at the transom.
Dinghy A small boat, usually carried on hauled behind a bigger boat
Displacement-The weight of the water displaced by the vessel.

DEEP VEE A hard chine power boat having a 15 degree or more angle deadrise at the transom. DISPLACEMENT HULL A hull that will not exceed a fixed speed which increases with the length of the hull.

See also: See also: Boat, Hull, Draft, Beam, Keel

Boating  Deadlight  Deadwood
04/20/2014

 
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