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Interior Design Methods for Yacht Design and t
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By Lisa Hix 
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dred feet from the marina to Jack’s house, with John and
Fast Freddy trailing along after me. John’s mother opened
the door. I said to Jack sitting in his easy chair, "John ran
trials on the 55. I knew it would be alright, as you would
have done the same thing when you were his age. She went
35 knots. The whole thing works. I plotted the weight at the
trial and we are more efficient than a hydroplane. We can
duplicate this efficiency on any size new design."
The boat’s owner and his wife were there the next day and
stayed with the boat until they left for the Bahamas. I was
concerned, as every time they discovered an empty space,
they went to the store and bought stuff to fill it up. Finally
the day Doug Schriver, of
Boating
Magazine tested her, s
was loaded to a displacement of 59,000 Lbs. by my flota
tion line measurement right after the test. She tested at
35.8 M.P.H., well over the step hydroplane curve on Profe
sor Crouch’s Speed graph.
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