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Modern Hull Shapes on Cruising Yachts



Hull shapes have evolved dramatically in recents years. A chine in boat design is a sharp change in angle in the cross section of a hull and typically arises from the use of sheet materials as the mode of construction.

Chris Warwick from Universal Yachting at Mercury Yacht Harbour on the River Hamble looks at the effects and benefits that the latest designs have on a modern cruising yacht and how it can change your sailing experiences.


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