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hydrofoil boatclick to hear

Fast boat with foils, which lift and support the hull above water when cruising speed is reached.
hydrofoil boat front foil propeller shaft propeller strut surface-piercing foils compass bridge radar radio antenna life buoy rear foil passenger cabin

front foil click to hear

Wing on each side of the prow.

propeller shaft click to hear

Long metal rod that transmits the motor’s rotational movement to the propeller.

propeller click to hear

Device with blades integrated onto a shaft that is driven by the engine to provide thrust and thus impel the ship.

strut click to hear

Vertical support that connects each foil to the boat’s hull.

surface-piercing foils click to hear

Parts that lift the boat when cruising speed has been reached; they also stabilize the boat.

compass bridge click to hear

Covered glassed-in platform from which officers and crew navigate the vessel.

radar click to hear

Detection device that emits radio waves and receives their echo; it is used to avoid collisions and to navigate when visibility is reduced.

radio antenna click to hear

Metal conductor that emits and receives radio waves for communications.

life buoy click to hear

Ring made of buoyant material that is thrown to anyone who has fallen overboard to help them float.

rear foil click to hear

Wing on each side of the stern.

passenger cabin click to hear

Compartment where the passengers sit during the trip.