What Is the Bottom of a Boat Called?

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Bottoms of boats vary widely in design, but no matter how they may look, the bottom of a boat is always referred to as the hull. Hulls may be flat, planed, round, tunneled, or may be a pontoon style. Hull design effects balance, stability, and speed.
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The bottom part of a boat is known as the bilge and this is where all the excess water collects. The bilge, with the help of the bilge pump prevents the boat form serious damage and sinking of the ship. This word is also used to refer to the water collected in this compartment.
The bottom of a boat is called the hull. The hull is one thing that all boats have in common. There are many different forms of hulls depending on what the boat is designed for.
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