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News: Hull and superstructure of the 44m Kingship superyacht Green Voyager completed

July 16, 2012 by lucy
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The hull of the 44m superyacht Green Voyager is an advanced displacement type hull with a twin-curve vertical stem. His particular geometry diminishes flow pressure disturbances on the forward shoulders of the underwater body, reducing wave-making resistance. Its particular bow shape with deep and narrow forward sections, also limits slamming in seaway and allows a soft passage through waves; it helps decreasing overall resistance, speed is increased and fuel efficiency is improved.

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