MANEUVERABILITY OF PURE CAR CARRIERS - WIND EFFECTS
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The Pure Car Carriers (Car ferries), are characterized as special ships form with relatively high freeboard that have a very large area of the hull and superstructure above the water level as compared to that of the underwater hull. Therefore, the wind has great influence on the ship hull, and the wave from the bow has also much impact on the large flare of the bow. In addition, incidents of dragging anchor due to strong winds also take place while anchoring such vessels.
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