OUR NEW “DEEP V” AND “MEDIUM V” OFFSHORE TILLERS
While a lot of our standard range of hulls have been relatively shallow in deadrise compared to some competitors at the transom with deadrises around 14 degrees and a relatively small flat chine at about 80mm. We know everyone loves choice. So we have developed an Offshore Tiller range of standard and deep deadrise hulls. Peter, our lead Naval Architect takes you through the differences between our tried and tested hulls when compared to our new deep deadrise options. When deciding between these hulls ask yourself, “do you want to travel through the chop or jump over it?”. For driving through the chop, we feel our standard design is a great balance of performance, stability, and soft ride. If you want to be jumping over waves in big seas, the deeper deadrise comes into its own.
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