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New Design 2021- XLW Class Pilot Boat


published on 14 March 2021 109 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Boat Promote". Originally published on 2021-03-10.
The desire to improve efficiency and crew comfort has resulted in a new approach to hull design. Built from the ground up this new Pilot Boat design utilises an Extra Long Waterline (XLW) to maximise the waterline length.

Designed by Norman R Wright & Son's in Brisbane this exciting new design already is filling the order books.
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