X - SWATH, Small Water Plane Twin Hull
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SWATH, Small Water Plane Twin Hull. Twin hull boats of this type generally would not need hydrofoils, but similar single hull boats with submerged buoyancy bodies generally do need hydrofoils for stabilization. Still, because SWATH and hydrofoil boats share some common characteristics, they are represented herein.

RV 2/13/2014

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HSV-2 Swift, a high-speed catamaran, was chartered by MSC to act as an interim replacement for deactivated mine countermeasure command ship, USS Inchon. Swift will be used to explore and refine high-speed vessel technology and tactics for use in a variety of missions, many focusing on the littorals, or shallow coastal areas of the world's oceans. Navy photo.


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050204-N-7676W-193


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030228-N-1050K-089 CAMP PATRIOT, KUWAIT - The Navy's Joint Venture HSV-X1, a high-speed, sealift catamaran built and designed by Australian shipbuilders, sits pierside here. The Navy's newest operational amphibious asset is a display of the pure speed and power to military forces around the globe. The vessel design was coordinated by the Navy Warfare Development Command in close partnership with elements of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard. The vessel?s speed, ranging from 30 to 40 knots, can get troops and equipment into theater quicker than current military transport vehicles. The ability to carry such loads is a considerable savings in time and money when compared to using military and commercial aircraft. Operation Enduring Freedom is the first time the craft has been deployed for military operations. (U.S. Navy Photo by JO1 Joseph Krypel) (Released)


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041110-N-3770P-003 Nichol Brother's Boat Yard (Nov 10, 2004)- This is the Navy's newest watercraft, it is called the X-Craft,. It is still in the production phase. The date set for testing and completion will be around June 2004.


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SWATH Rollout


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