Hello eveyone.

I found this thread from 2004. http://forum.woodenboat.com/showthre...tiwake-by-Rabl

and although that thread was interested mostly in material and engine change, my search was for information regarding the bow options.



The above frame sektion clear to show the difference between the low chine and high, a difference of 9 3/4in.

Sams description of the high chine. " it will produce a slightly better seaboat and takes away the blunt appearence"

I understand reducing the fullness of the bow at the waterline should make an easier boat to power, perhaps be more economical. Sam seemed to be a straight talker with his meanings, but he is not here to ask. Why would a boat with a less full bow (bouyancy) be a better seaboat?