Console Skiff

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Reggie
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Console Skiff

Postby Reggie » Wed Jan 17, 2018 1:49 pm

Could someone tell me if the Console skiff is a Monohedron/ constant deadrise hull or a warped plane? Thanks

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Re: Console Skiff

Postby JoeM » Wed Jan 17, 2018 5:54 pm

Reggie wrote:Could someone tell me if the Console skiff is a Monohedron/ constant deadrise hull or a warped plane? Thanks
The Console Skiff is more of a deep-V than a semi-displacement. If i'm not mistaking the terminology, the warped plane is more of a semi-displacement(think lobster boat) whereas the Monohedron is more like a deep-v(think skipjack). So I would say it is a monohedron type hull.

Great pictures of one in progress by Fishyskiff not too far down the list, check out page 3 to see the hull.
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Re: Console Skiff

Postby watkibe » Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:27 pm

The Console Skiff is a modified deep vee. The deadrise at the stern is only 7 degrees, while the forward sections are much sharper. "Deep vee" implies a constant deadrise.
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