Of course you can, because Styrofoam can float on top of water for a long time. A lot of newer boats have Styrofoam in the bottom for added buoyancy if you do add it to your boat, be sure that there is no moisture in the bottom of boat when you do it if not completely dry , moisture will be trapped and eventually rot any wood that was used in the boat's construction.
You fill the bottom of the boat with water
You pour the sand and Styrofoam mixture into the a glass of water. Then the sand will sink to the bottom and the Styrofoam will float that is how you separate a sand and Styrofoam mixture
Fill it with what?
sink as much as the boat and the styrofoam weighs. this is because the styrofoam is not making any contact with the sea and is not under the the ship and supporting it.
= '''to sink or fill (a boat) with water''' =
I'm guessing it's a boat with a flat bottom.
The duration of The Glass Bottom Boat is 1.83 hours.
A boat will float sideways if the water is too shallow and it touches bottom. Boats will float higher in water with greater salt content. If you fill a boat with water it begins to sink deeper. It all depends on whether you are talking about water outside the boat or water inside the boat.
on the bottom
Fill level is to the bottom of the fill plug hole, approx 2 quarts.Fill level is to the bottom of the fill plug hole, approx 2 quarts.
the thinner one because it can cut through water faster
To fill your Mercury Outboard Trim boat motor, lower your engine to a 45 degree angle, Make sure your boat is level. Remove fill screw, and add the amount of fluid required to fill.
at the bottom of the ocean!!
Because of the water having to fill the boat up to sink it
When shipping fragile packages, it is important to use styrofoam, packing peanuts, and bubblewrap. Fill hollow areas with the packing peanuts and wrap the item in bubblewrap that has not been popped. Use the styrofoam to fill the remainder of the box.
The distance between the bottom and the keel of a boat is the draught (British English).
They don't have one! They have a drain plug at the bottom and a fill hole on the side. You need to fill to the bottom of the fill hole.
In the ship or boat the reason why a heavy load is kept at the bottom is to maintain a low center of gravity. This will keep the ship or boat from toppling over.
The correct spelling is 'styrofoam'.
Gas fumes will stay in the bottom of the boat.
t is at the back bottom.
Styrofoam it takes thousands of years to breack down in a land fill