What is the significance of the letter “H” on the load line of a high-speed craft?

It marks the position of the design waterline, as required by regulation 2. 9 of the HSC Code (Marking and recording of the design waterline). The forward and after draughts corresponding to this waterline are shown in the High-Speed Craft Safety Certificate.

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