SubICman wrote:I clicked on the link and it took me to the Forum index
cnutting wrote:The builder probably trimmed it somewhat positively buoyant. This is done as a safety, slight forward motion and down planes will bring her under. Stop the boat and she comes up.
When the tank is blown dry, does it sit higher in the water? If so, then this is correct.
cnutting wrote:Just to clarify, when dry she sits at the designed waterline. When vented, she submerges to the fairwater planes. All good.
Some people like to trim perfectly neutral, but if you are new, being somewhat positive is better.
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