|Has a shallow draft, which is good for fishing in small lakes and rivers.
|Rides roughly in choppy waters.
|Gives a smoother ride than a flat-bottomed hull in rough water.
|Takes more power to move at the same speed as flat-bottomed hulls. May roll or bank in sharp turns.
|Moves easily through the water even at slow speeds.
|Has a tendency to roll unless it has a deep keel or stabilizers.
|Has greater stability because of its wide beam.
|Needs a large area when turning.