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What is the maximum speed a displacement vessel attain under ordinary conditions? Using a java script to calculate the answer using the formula provided in the very fine text "The Sailing Yacht" by Juan Baader pub. by Norton & Co. 1965, the answer will be provided to you. The theory is essentially based upon repeated observation of the behavior of sailing yachts and the study of wave motion. The formula holds true for all displacement vessels - not planing types!
The answer will be provided in knots.
Fill in the form line below with the water line length of the vessel.

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vessel length in feet

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