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Location: North of Cuba The flat bottom version will be more stabile, but the v bottom would get less pounding. I would suggest that you create a hull bottom that is about halfway between the two examples you have shown. I've designed a couple of boats (Swamper and Swamp King) that are near to the one you are developing.
Location: Lakeland Fl USA A 12 foot boat with a 30 inch chine beam is going to be a bit tiddly. Originally Posted by messabout A 12 foot boat with a 30 inch chine beam is going to be a bit tiddly. This mid-point deadrise angle will give you some chop cutting when looking to attain some speed and have virtually all the side to side stability that you'd get from a pure flat bottom.
The boat that you have suggested will probably be OK for one person who is willing to sit on or very near the floor.