Designed to operate at high speeds and to "cut" through rough water, typically these types of boats are used in Offeshore power boat racing. These boats are high speed and high addrenaline.
They consist of two very narrow hulls connected by a large deck area. The narrow hulls seperatley are very unstable, but together provide a stable platform that has less wetted surface area helping the boat to cut through waves.
Tunnel hulls are distinguishable from other catamarans by the typical close hull spacing and solid deck in between the hulls.
Small, high-powered racing boat designed to skim along the surface of the water. Its hull is so shaped that at high speeds the bow is tilted up out of the water, reducing the effect of frictional drag.
A boat propelled partly or entirely by sails. The most common sailboat is the sloop which features one mast and two sails, a normal mainsail and a foresail.
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