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One is how well a large extension to the new tugs' underside, called a skeg and designed to stop tankers by creating extra drag, will affect maneuverability.
As the water dropped below the bottom of the depth gauge, the blocking under the skeg at the rear of the hull peeped above the surface.
There are also afts called skegs and rudders which prevent the seaplane from tipping over in the ocean.
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