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The Hull Truth: SeaVee Z
SeaVee's stepped-hull boats provide sure handling in a variety of sea conditions. For a complete performance report of the 390-Z, look for our test during 2014.
Case Study: Ebbtide Z-Trak Hull
Ebbtide president Tommy Trabue loves speedy boats. But as he explains on the company's website, "Performance is about more than just going fast. It's about stability, handling and feel in rough water, how your boat corners and holds in tight turns".
|Ebbtide Z-Trak Hull|
To get those attributes, plus quick time to plane, Ebbtide builds its Z-Trak hull with unique double-vented chines that send air under the running surface, reducing speed-robbing drag at two points (and producing the distinctive Z-shape seen from the side as the boat whizzes past.)
The hull gently evokes the best qualities of the tri-hull look, but its outer hull sections don't dip as low. The result? A ride that's pleasant. An appearance that is powerful. Stability that's sure. And yes, a boat that's fast.