A wave-piercing boat hull has a very fine bow, with reduced buoyancy in the forward portions. When a wave is encountered, the lack of buoyancy means the hull pierces through the water rather than riding over the top, resulting in a smoother ride than traditional designs, and in diminished mechanical stress on the vessel and crew. It also reduces a boat's wave-making resistance.
- Type 22 missile boat
- Axe bow
- Inverted bow
- HSV-2 Swift
- HMAS Jervis Bay (AKR 45)
- Zumwalt class destroyer
- Earthrace, later renamed MY Ady Gil
- Incat, a pioneer of the design
- Tumblehome hull form
- USA 17: a boat that raced in the America's Cup
- USS Independence (LCS-2): high-speed trimaran warship
- Very Slender Vessel
- Norwegian Cruise Line Project Leonardo-Class Cruise Ships
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