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Some cases of Zoolingualism are known. A well-known example might be , the magical language of Snakes (). The title character himself was able to speak this mysterious language, without even recognizing it. Parselmouths (users of Parseltongue) are able to understand the thoughts of snakes and even give them commands.
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A foreign flag vessel which engages only in foreign voyages,including cruises to nowhere into international waters, wouldnot be in violation of Coast Guard restrictions, though it wouldhave to clear U.S. Customs for each entry and exit. If it is operatingas a vessel carrying passengers for hire, there will be inspectionrequirements which verily compliance with foreign flag staterequirementsand compliance with U.S. laws.
A foreign flag vessel which has been imported into the U.S. andengages in bare boat charters in U.S. waters must comply withthe State requirements for registration and sales tax, and muststill clear on every exit and entry from a U.S. port since itis a foreign vessel without a cruising permit.
To counter wingdeck impact, some designers place a vestigialthirdhull in the center of the wing, up forward - similar to the center"hull"on a wavepiercing catamaran, though somewhat smaller. This obviouslycosts more to construct than the flat wing, but may be a way ofminimizing the impactof the additional weight that always seems to sneak in. It doesn't doanyharm to have extra length of empty boat at the ends and to keep thewingdeckas short as possible, and as far back from the bow as practicable. If Ican,I prefer to bring the wingdeck up to gunwale level some distance backfromthe bow; the area forward of this is then left open. A "pickle-fork"bow,with perhaps a trampoline or a forward deck from gunwale at sheerheight,is fitted. This forward deck is well off the water (right up at gunwaleheight)and the central anti-slamming nacelle is brought forward under thisarea.I carry the nacelle right aft thought the underside of the wingdeckwhereit becomes a very convenient duct for pipes, holding tanks, etc. On mymorerecent rough-water performance designs, I have used a "double arch",whichhas a cross section similar to (but smaller than) those employed onsomeearly wave-piercing catamarans. All these approaches minimize slammingshouldit occur. Keeping level trim with the wing at the designedheight, however, is the real name of the game.
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The designers place the fuel and other liquids in the hulls where they do not affect the trim, under the sole or hull floors and lots of room down low. In most the cats we build now, the tanks are very large and built into the hulls, epoxy coated with baffles about every 50 gallons. A 75' to 86' has 1,000 galons per side, again, you don't need to carry around fuel, but if you find an island or another boater in need, trade it.
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A cat on a calm day can reach hull speed with one engine at just above idle. Hull speed in knots is figured by taking 1.34 multiplied by square root of the water line length of your cat. Lets use about 10 knots or 11-12 mph and that will give you some idea. I like to put enough fuel onboard to have about a 1,000 mile range at cruise speed (rpm) say somewhere about 15 mph and this usually takes both engines to do that, but not wide open. From California to Hawaii (non-stop) close to hull speed, that is where you have the best range and least resistance, even better, motor sailing. That range will also get you to the next fuel dock or allow you to pass up the island that just got their fuel they have waited 6 months for and will cost you a lot to take it away from them.
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A little about under power....as under sail with a little wind, you are unlimited. The engine manuals usually have a chart, but a common method to get an idea of range is to divide 20 into the horsepower of each engine. This will give you an idea of GPH you would burn at the higher continuous RPM per engine. I have found that for each cylinder at idle burns about 1 quart of fuel...so 6 cylinders is about 1.5 GPH at just above idle or 1,000 RPM achieving hull speed on a calm day.
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This is something to look at when you start comparing cats, thereweight. Our 50' cats weight in at an average of 15,000 lbs. empty anddraw about 30" (rudder and props are the deepest.) Where mostproduction cats are up closer to 50,000 lbs., deeper draft, more HP toget them up to an acceptable speed, must carry more fuel to get her upthere as well as the bigger engines. The designers we use havedisplacement hulls, about 18 to 21 knot range of speed with reasonable HP and fuel consumption.