Tuesday, December 28, 2010


adoi ai...idea nak wat fyp kian kelam...(padahal dr raya haji aritu da xsentuh2)...haram xwat 1 pon..lantak p la...janji aq enjoy..perancangan terkini ingat awl bln 1 2011 nie nak g jejalan dgn my partner..tp xtau r die..cememeh sgt..ish geram aq..ouch! mane leh  ckp gitu..patut ckp syg awk..rindu awk...zasssssss~
another story? i thing better you wait for the new year r k...i'm afraid that i cannot use broadband anymore because i need to cut my budget....my plan is to save my money as much as i can to buy anything that i want..hihihi..wtf..
the gud new is i don't know..
the bad new is i don't have enough money to enjoy buy anything that i want..year end sell ma~
what a waste situation that i face! huh..mau keje la kalo mcm nie..damn u money.
lastly i put my picture..ape motif? lu mau cari publisiti murah2 ka airi?..nge3x...
ok la2x...wa ngantok mau tido..
salam OneMalaysia

Pulut Panggang or Grilled Glutinous Rice

Pulut Panggang

Pulut Panggang
  • 1kg beras pulut
  • 5 cawan santan pekat – diperah dari 1.2 kg kelapa parut
  • Daun pisang (untuk membungkus)
  • Lidi – dipotong 2.5sm panjang (untuk membungkus)
  • Garam
    Untuk Lauk
    • Inti Ikan
      • 350g ikan selar kuning – direbus dan diambil isi
      • 150g bawang besar – dibelah dua dan dihiris
      • 20g bawang merah
      • 20g atau 2.5sm halia
      • 1 batang serai
      • 1½ sudu teh halba
      • 1 cawan santan
      • Garam
    • Inti Daging
      • 300g daging lembut – dicincang halus
      • 150g bawang besar – dibelah dua dan dihiris
      • 20g bawang merah
      • 20g atau 2.5sm halia
      • 1 batang serai
      • 1½ sudu teh halba
      • 1 cawan santan
      • Garam
Cara Memasak
Basuh beras pulut dan rendam selama 3 jam. Kemudian kukus pulut sehingga masak dan arun dengan cawan santan pekat. Bubuh garam secukup rasa dan gaul dengan rata. Ketepikan.

Giling ikan atau daging sehingga lumat bersama dengan bawang merah, halia dan serai. Masak bersama bawang besar, halba dan santan pekat yang selebihnya. Kacau sentiasa sehingga kering. Sesuaikan rasa.
Cara menghidang
  • Letak pulut di atas daun pisang. Sudukan inti ikan atau daging kemudian bungkus bulat-bulat dan kemas seperti pulut panggang. Bakar atas bara api lebih kurang 10 minit sehingga masak.

    Grilled Glutinous Rice (English version)

    Grilled Glutinous Rice
    • 1kg glutinous rice
    • 5 cups thick coconut milk - squeezed from from 1.2 kg grated coconut
    • Banana leaves (for wrapping)
    • Lidi - cut into 2.5cm lengths (for wrapping)
    • Salt
    • Filling
      • Fish Filing
        • 350g Ikan Selar Kuning or gold-banded scad - boiled and bones removed
        • 150g onions - halved and sliced
        • 20g shallots
        • 20g or 2.5cm ginger
        • ½ 1 stalk lemongrass
        • 1 ½ tsps fenugreek seeds
        • 1 cup coconut milk
        • Salt to taste
      • Beef Filling
        • 300g tender beef - minced
        • 150g onions - halved and sliced
        • 20g shallots
        • 20g or 2.5cm ginger
        • 1 stalk lemongrass
        • 1 ½ tsps fenugreek seeds
        • 1 cup coconut milk
        • Salt
    Glutinous Rice
    Wash glutinous rice and soak for three hours. Steam until rice is cooked then combine with three cups of thick coconut milk. Season to taste and mix well. Set aside

    Finely ground the fish or beef with shallots, ginger and lemongrass. Cook together with onions, fenugreek and the remaining thick coconut milk. Stir continuously until the liquid is absorbed. Season to taste.
    Serving Suggestion
    Place some cooked glutinous rice on the banana leaf. Spoon in some fish or beef filling and roll tightly. Secure both ends with lidi or toothpicks. Bake over hot embers for approximately 10 minutes until fully cooked.

    i always eat this went at home.. :-D 
    another recipe from Royal Town

Chelsea oh~

berair dah idung aq nunggu ker match rinie..
ars vs chelsea kot...hm..
i can't wait it anymore...

Monday, December 27, 2010

majlis kesyukuran Harraz Rezkin

Sunday am december 27, 2010.....
  1. around 05:30 : kak nor kejut bgn...
  2. around 06:00 : mak bg duit g bli kueh kat kdai Kok Lah...
  3. around 06:30 : org dari surau dtg n event begin..
  4. around 10:30 : Kak Dah last family..kueh sold out, laksa sold out....
  5. around 02:30 : abih basuh pinggan mangkuk,kemas umah....

thanks to 'org surau' , sedara mara n my beloved family yg menjayakan majlis ini utk harraz...

Saturday, December 25, 2010

How to Be a Good Friend

Do you have someone that you thing is important to yourself? Being a good guy/girl to be around, you'll get more friends than you could ever imagine. So after I read and gathered information from others web I have compared this and let read it guy.


Steps How to Be a Good Friend

A dishonest person has no chance of having true friends. Don't over spoil your friend, especially if she's never (or hardly) done anything for you. It shows you are desperate and you will definitely regret it later.
If you miss an event like their party, apologize to them and offer to make it up to them. To some people, a birthday party is something that can hurt them if you don't come.
Don't expect, demand or abuse generosity or "wear out your welcome." When your friend does something nice for you, then reciprocate quickly. Money isn't, or doesn't have to be, an issue.
  • Don't Compare Labels, Prices, Size And Value.
  • Don't Let Your Friend Pay Every Time You Go Out, Even If It's Offered. Don't Help Yourself To Things At Your Friend's House Without Asking, Unless You Are Willing And That Is Desired -- And Practiced At Your House In Turn.
  • If You Borrow Something From A Friend, Take Good Care Of It And Then Return It Without Being Asked.
As before, if you have a selfless friend, that always expects something back; try to accommodate. That's if one doesn't make it too obvious, like begging or envying. This does not mean giving large or expensive presents. This can just mean being there when you are needed. If you already gave a lot of your time, then that gift is probably in appreciation for that... and so, don't feel obligated to make an equal gift in that kind of case. Just say thanks, "That's nice." No gift would be expected that way.
Don't be selfish. Grabbing, stealing, envying and/or begging are big No's in the rules of friendship. The friend will soon get tired of this and eventually move towards more self-less people who are willing to give the same as one gets, but a good friend will not demand it, yet one might mention being tired of it. Even if you are a total wreck -- don't expect constant sympathy.
Listen but  you don't have to agree -- just listen to what is said. Make sure to stop talking to listen -- so you are not just running your mouth. Some people don't really find it interesting listening to someone talk about your/their feelings 24/7. If you're monopolizing every conversation with your feelings, the friend isn't getting anything out of the relationship (Don't sigh and groan like the world is against you. Seek help elsewhere and try to stop being paranoid.). Invite sharing hearts with you as often as you would share your heart -- but not so you have a monopoly on the friends time or have some juicy gossip or a cut down like to do to "teach a lesson" to your friend. A long or hard lesson may not be practical or appreciated at all.
Never make a promise you know you can't keep. Good friendship is based on trust - if you break a friend's trust, the friendship may be very hard to salvage. Of course, if you have made a promise and planned to keep it, but circumstances beyond your control conspire to prevent it, let your friend know as soon as you find out. Don't wait until 15 minutes after you were supposed to arrive to call and say, "gee, I'm sorry." Instead, a quick call to say, "Hey, I know I promised to help you with whatever it is, but my mom is telling me we are going to my aunt's for the weekend, and leaving tomorrow just after school - that means I won't be able to make it. I'm so sorry. Can we reschedule?" That's just honoring the fact that your friend is counting on you, and respecting the fact that, given a little notice, your friend might just be able to get someone else to help with whatever it was - or not, whatever. But at least you won't be hanging your friend out to twist in the wind.
Give your friend space. Understand if he/she wants to be alone or hang out with other people. Allow it to happen. There's no need to become clingy or needy. Friendship doesn't require that you always have to be paired together. Allowing one another the time to hang with other friends gives you much-needed breathing room, and allows you to come together fresh and appreciating each other even more.
Give advice, add perspective. Don't judge your friend, but do advise to stay out of dangerous situations where one may harm oneself or others. Tell him/her how you perceive his/her situation, and what you might do in the same circumstances. Don't be offended by one listening to your advice and then deciding to ignore it. Your friend must make his or her own decisions. Avoid saying "You should...". That may feel like you are imposing "shoulds" upon your friend.
Be respectful. Things you and your friend discuss should be treated with care - your friend is not sharing this information with just anyone, and may not want to. She shared it with you - and only you, as far as you know. Example: If your friend doesn't want to name her crush, don't push her into it. If she has named her crush, don't tell anyone else. This is just common courtesy anyone and everyone deserves the expectation that you will keep confidences. Be loyal. If your friend tells you something in confidence, don't talk about it to anyone else. Don't discuss your friend behind his/her back except when it involves the other person, and you won't just make it worse. Nobody likes a gossip or backstabber. Never say anything about your friend that you would not really want to repeat face to face.
Be real. Are you trying to be friends with someone to be accepted into a certain clique, or because you'd like to get to know someone else that he or she knows? That's not friendship, it's opportunism. Every new person you meet has the right to be accepted (or not) on his or her own merits, it's better to just be yourself than let anyone else influence you into being someone you are not. And you should fill their brain with good things. Remember, it's better to be hated for who you are, than to be liked for who you aren't.


Qualities of Good Friends

Haven’t we heard the famous saying a friend in need is a friend indeed? But Friendship has much more to it. Friendship is an integral part of human existence. Though true friendships can start instantly it takes time to build and develop. If you are wondering why you don't seem to have any good friends, you should probably have a look at the below given qualities. Good friends often come with a multitude of qualities. Given are 12 Characteristics of a Good Friend.

1. Accepts you as you are: A good friend is someone who does not try to be somebody that he is not and accepts you as you are. They are also patient With You When You Make Mistakes And Forgive You When You Hurt Them.
2. Dependable: A Good
friend is dependable and you can trust your friend with your secrets and know that he would not let a third person know about it. He sticks with you in good times and bad. When you ask for advice, a good friend points out the right direction.
3. Honest: A good friend would be honest and loyal with you. He does not break the promises that he made to you. He makes you feel safe and secure with him. He is your true critic. You will find many who falsely appreciate you and your work to remain in good books. A good friend will tell you the truth even if it's something you don't want to hear. He will point out your mistakes in private and not in front of others and also help overcome it.
4. Listen to you: A good friend always listens to you and cares about your needs and emotions. A good friend would be there always when
You Need To Talk. When You Have News To Share Or Grievances He Gives You Full Attention.
5. Be There For You: A Good Friend Would Be There With You Through Thick And Thin. Good Friends Don’t Call Up People Only To Request a favor. But he would be the first person to come to your aid in time of crisis. He also does not allow you to indulge in any addiction or illicit activities.
6. Give you Space: A good friend respects your privacy. He understands that you have family, other friends and colleagues who are part of your life t
7. ALWAYS IN TOUCH: GOOD FRIENDS DON’T WAIT FOR YOU TO CALL YOU. HE ALWAYS MAKES AN EFFORT TO KEEP IN TOUCH WITH YOU EVEN IF IT IS THROUGH A QUICK PHONE CALL OR AN EMAIL. HE KNOWS WHAT'S GOING ON in your life and is interested about it. A good friend also does not avoid even if they are busy and do not ignore your phone call or mails. A good friend makes it clear that they care about you.
8. Do not bad mouth you: A good friend does not bad mouth you or talk behind your back. A good friend is a friend you can trust and won't gossip about you or try to damage your reputation. They will let you know when they're concerned and do their best to stick up for you when you're in trouble. A good friend will also apologizes when he does something wrong. He does not keep grudges.
9. Happy for you: A good friend never gets jealous on your success but would be happy for you. He celebrates your success and his success with you. When you are down and needs support he would be there to support and care about you. An ideal friend has a sensitive side which would make them understand others feelings. They may not be able to read your mind, but chances are they can usually tell when you're happy, sad, excited, shocked or upset. A good friend will likely know how to lift your spirits and make your day.
10. Supportive: A good friend is supportive of you and your goals. He will know what makes
you tick and help you become the person you want to be. They won't try to change who you are or drag you into situations that make you uncomfortable. When you are in a situation where you need to be defended he would be right there beside you.
11. Common Interests: A good friend is someone with whom you have something in common. He is fun to be with and he understands you and respects you.
12. Giving: Good friends give more than what is asked. When they see a need they respond before the other has a chance to ask without expecting anything in return and without anyone knowing about it. Good friends are generous with their time, money, possessions and knowledge. Best of all they have a generous spirit.
There is a saying that what you give is what you get back. The qualities you want in a friend should be the same that you are offering to someone else. How else can you expect to have good friends if you aren’t one yourself? 

6 Ways to Be a Good Friend
  1. Spend quality time together. If you can’t go for walks or to yoga class together, then telephone or email your friend regularly. The conversations needn’t be long or personal; those quick “I’m thinking of you” moments can go a long way in making a strong support network.
  2. Make friends a priority. Maybe you “should” clean the house, wash the dog, go grocery shopping, or watch tv (some people feel they should do that!). But give those “shoulds” the brush and prioritize your friendships. There will be plenty of time for those “shoulds” when you’re dead. For now, think about the health benefits of friendship.
  3. Be there for the good and bad. Show up for the funerals and the weddings, the surgeries and the celebrations! Be sincerely sad or genuinely happy for your friend – and include them on the good and bad in your life, too. One way to be a good friend is to be inclusive.
  4. Don’t keep score. Who called who last? Who bought lunch last? Who spent the most on Christmas gifts? Who forgot whose birthday? Who cares? If you have a good friend, cut a little slack. If your friendship really isn’t that great, then maybe you need to re-evaluate it. The health benefits of friendship will outlast the score-keeping cards.
  5. Notice the little things. The conversations that matter the most are the quick little ones that last only a few minutes. It’s not always the deep long heart-to-hearts that bond friends together -- it's the day to day minutiae of everyday life. One way to be a good friend is to have short, sweet conversations.
  6. Focus on the positive. We all have quirks and weaknesses; focusing on your friend’s strengths and wonderful qualities will keep your friendship alive and strong. To be a good friend, forget about the things you wish were different.

QUIZ: Are you a good friend?
A: no
B: idiot friend
C: useless friend
D: not sure..

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Puding Baulu Raja

Resipi Dari Istana

Puding Baulu Raja

Puding Baulu Raja

  • 225g tepung gandum
  • 200g gula halus
  • 8 biji telur
Cara memasak

  • Pukul telur bersama gula sehingga kembang. Masukkan tepung ke dalam bancuhan itu dan kacau perlahan sehingga sebati.
  • Sapukan loyang pembakar dengan sedikit marjerin. Masukkan adunan yang telah dipukul ke dalam loyang dan bakar pada suhu ketuhar 175°F sehingga masak.
Bahan-bahan untuk Kuah Puding
  •  250g gula
  • 1 tin (410g) susu cair/sejat
  • Air sebanyak ½ tin susu
  • 3 biji kuning telur
  • Sedikit esen vanila
  • Daun pandan – disimpul
Cara Memasak

  • Pukul kuning telur bersama susu dan air. Tapis dan kemudian campurkannya bersama gula. Kacau sehingga sebati.
  • Masukkannya di dalam periuk bersama daun pandan dan masak di atas api kecil sehingga pekat. Kacau selalu supaya tidak bergentel.
  • Angkat dari api apabila sudah pekat dan tuangkan ke dalam mangkuk yang lain untuk disejukkan. Masukkan esen vanila.
Cara Menghidang
  • Hiaskan bahulu dengan buah prun, ceri dan urat emas di dalam mangkuk puding dan tuangkan kuah puding ke atasnya sebelum dihidangkan. 

waa..sedap nyer :-D

New Year 2011 Resolution

Hari Ini Bukan Hari Yg Terakhir Bg Episode Suka Duka 2010.Tetapi Tujuan Ku Menulis Ini Bkn Kerna Nama.Bkn Kerna Pembaca Yg Dahagakan Misteri Yg Menyelubungi Alam Anker.Bkn Kerna Bumi Berputar Pada Paksinya Siang Malam Tanpa Tegelincir Dr Orbit Nya..Bkn..Bkn..Bkn..
Azam tahun 2010 sudah dilupakan..mengerti kita bahwa azam yg lama boleh dikatakan gagal dikalangan sifat manusia kerana? Kerana kita hanya berazam dimulut tetapi bkn di kaki. Itu masalahnya.Kita Gagal Menterjemahkan Kewibawaan Maksud Perilaku Itu Sendiri Sedangkan Susur Galurnya Kita Lakukan.Pengertian Yg Kabur Diolah Secara mendatar bersama keributan yg melanda perlu disemai dgn benih2 iktihad  yg perlu dibajai dgn bekalan sisa keterlukaan didalam perbuatan hakikik.Sepatutnya kita sudah boleh melupakan azam ini..azam tahun 2010 yang semestinya tidak kesampaian akan terus tekubur di sanubari kita… semestinya dlm ilmu keagamaan Islam merupakan satu agama yang benar bg setiap umat.pengertian awal dan akhir tahun semestinya di ertikan dgn doa yang telah diperturunkan kepada kita umatnya.
Manakala dari segi saintifiknya kita sendiri memikirkanya..manusia perlu mengolah data yg telah disediakan dan mempergunakan secara akal dan betol..bkn bermaksud awal dan akhir tahun disambut secara arak dan maksiat dlm ertikata lain dosa seperti yg berlaku di dunia akhir zaman ini.kita sedar, kita peka dan kita amati detik ini tetapi tiada kuasa menahan nafsu dan tutrutan dosa ini melainkan kuatnya kita dlm pengertian ilmu agama itu sendiri.menyambut awal dan akhir ini bukan satu dosa tp disalah ertikan dgn dosa-dosa yg kita sendiri lakukan tanpa sedar mahupun secara kebetulan alias paksaan.
Dari segi kefahaman teori diri iti sendiri kita dididik dgn segala kebaikan ilmu itu.semestinya setiap individu mampu menilai tahap sebenar pencapaian kebenaran dan keburukan sendiri.gejala ini perlu disedari makhluk perusal bumi agar seiring dgn dogma2 kehidupan seharian…walhal bila memasuki fasa tahun 2011 kita sudah memikirkan azam yang baru terhadap diri kita.tanpa meneruskan fikiran kita yg benak ini menipu diri dan sekeliling dgn dogma2x paradigm yg tiada kesudahan..mampu kah kita bermain kata? Interaksi bersama makhluk perosak bumi dan dekorasi yg indah ini membuatkan kita diselebungi wayang yang tiada kesudahan..episod duka dan suka 2010 sepatutnya dijadikan pengajaran teladan mahupun iktibar sendiri.bkn bersama yg kita cari tp sendiri mau ingat la.gagal sekali bermakna gagal lagi.sudah jatuh ditimpa tangga bermakna sakit la badan.itu lah yang kita harus tangani sendiri.kawan2 yang penipu perlu dilayan sama rata tp kawan yang hakiki perlu dijaga bersama.penulis mempunyai kawan yang hakiki ber 5.semoga kesudahan hidup cerita ,mereka pada 2011 akan mengukir lembaran baru..kepada seisi keluarga penulis semoga Dilindungi Dr Kejahatan Syaitan Dan Nafsu Dan Dimurahkan Rezeki Olleh Pencipta Kita. Kepada Teman Penulis, Semoga Dinda Tabah Menghadapi Segala Ujian.Penulis Disini Mendoakan Semoga Dinda Dpt Kejayaan Yg Dicari Dan Beroleh Kekayaan Supaya Penulis Senang Di Kemudian Hari..Kepada Penulis Yg Tidak Menjanjikan Perubahan Drastic Ataupun Fenomena Alam Hanya Mengharapkan Tahun 2011 akan dtg beroleh tamat belajar pada masa yang ditetapkan dan meroleh pekerjaan yg cocok dgn jiwa kehendak nafsu serakah ini. 2011 juga akan menjadi titik tambah yg besar bg diri penulis.semoga penulis tabah dan bijak bermain masa dan sumber yg ada utk trus mara maju kehadapan.






Dan yang paling penting apa yg dicari didunia ini hanya sementara tp yg hakiki di alam nyata perlu seimbang dgn kehidupan kita.akhir kata 2010 dari segenap kata lubuk hati penulis semoga keimanan yg dicari semakin dekat dgn pencipta kita yg maha esa.sampai disini saja sesi 2010 kita ber bicara lagi di episod dan bkn di waktu yg sama pada 2011 nanti..akhir kata, saya penulis mengucapkan ‘pegi la mampos’ kepada pembaca..
Tejerumus ke alam anker bersama  



One of the more frequent problems to come up during my years in the Office of Boating Safety, was boats that had a list. These were new boats that were tender, that is “tippy”, and had a list sitting at the dock, and sometimes when underway. I am only going to discuss the static condition; that is, standing still. When a boat has stability problems underway that is called dynamic instability and is a much more difficult problem.
Generally the owner would say the boat lists to one side, usually to starboard, and seems to be unstable. The boat scared them. My first question was usually “did it do this when you first got it?”. More often than not they said yes, but sometimes it was a simple matter that they had loaded all their stuff on the boat and needed to redistribute the weight. One fellow had 20 cases of soda on his flying bridge. But what about the boat that came that way?
Stability of small craft is a subject that is often not understood by owners and misunderstood by the builder. Most of these boats are deep vee, with a vee bottom of 10 to 20 degrees, occasionally more. They are narrow beam so they can be trailered and have high sides for offshore work. In fact, most of the ones I dealt with were offshore center or side console, fishing boats.
To make matters worse when the owner complained, often the solution by the builder was to add lead weights to the opposite side of the boat. This reduced the freeboard aft, reduced the load capacity and speed. Some of these boats have a transom door or false transom and when the extra weight is added the waterline is very close to the level of the deck aft, meaning the wake comes aboard when the boat slows down or when hit by a following sea. The weights they added were usually placed low in the bilge to attempt to lower the center of gravity. This can often make the situation worse.
The problem here is two fold. The first problem is the design of the boat, second is a weight distribution problem. Stability is determined by the relationship between three things, center of gravity (CG), center of buoyancy (CB), and something called metacentric height (GM). Also we need to know the difference between initial stability and reserve buoyancy.


Initial stability: A measure of the boat’s ability to right itself at low angles of heel. A boat that lists to one side or the other when sitting at the dock and feels “tippy” to the owner, has low initial stability. But this boat once heeled may have high reserve buoyancy.

Center of gravity is the point in the boat where all of the forces of gravity (down) are equal. In other words if you could balance the boat on a point, this would be the point where it balances.

Reserve buoyancy: A measure of the increase in buoyancy and stability as the boat heels over. A boat with large reserve buoyancy tends to right itself, easily and quickly, while a boat that has low reserve buoyancy tends to come upright very slowly or not at all.

Center of buoyancy is the point where all the forces upward from the water are acting. It is essentially the center of the underwater volume of the boat.

Normally, under static conditions, if you draw a vertical line upward from the center of buoyancy it will pass through the center of gravity. At rest with no heel, the center of gravity should be directly in line vertically with the center of buoyancy.

A metacenter is an imaginary point at some height above the CB and CG of the boat. If you imagine the boat as pendulum swinging from a line, the point it is swinging from would be the metacenter. Or; if you draw an imaginary line vertically through the center of buoyancy and the center of gravity, then lean the boat a few degrees and again draw an imaginary vertical line through the center of buoyancy, the point at which these two imaginary lines meet above the boat is the metacenter (M). As the boat heels, the shape of the immersed portion of the boat changes, and the center of buoyancy moves outboard. The center of buoyancy is no longer under the center of gravity, and the center of gravity should be inboard of the center of buoyancy tending to right the boat.

If you measure the distance the CB moves outboard, and subtract the distance the CG moves outboard, the difference is the righting arm. The longer the righting arm the higher the righting moment, or the force pushing the boat upright. If the CG is farther outboard than the CB and the difference is negative the boat rolls over.
The height of this point above the center of gravity is GM, the metacentric height. If you compare the length of GM to the distance between the center of buoyancy and the center of gravity, and the GM is a lot longer, then you have a stiff stable boat that easily stays up right. As GM gets shorter the boat rolls more easily. If GM is negative, that is, below the center of gravity then the boat is unstable and leans to one side or the other. The side it leans to depends on the weight distribution on the boat. The ideal is to have a boat that has a gentle roll but only goes so far, maybe 30 degrees at the most and rights itself.
As a boat leans over the shape of the part of the boat underwater changes, and if the boat has flare, that is, the side leans outward at an angle, it again becomes more stable, because the center of buoyancy moves outward towards the way the boat is leaning. But the center of gravity of the boat doesn’t (If there are no people in the boat, or the people don’t move). GM changes and becomes positive and the boat becomes stable, but is stable leaning to one side.
As illustrated in the above diagram, as the boat heels the Center of Buoyancy , CB, moves outboard to CB1 and then CB2, The righting moment, that is the force tending to right the boat increases.
This is what is called reserve buoyancy, the ability of a boat to gain stability as it leans over and has more resistance to leaning farther.
The flaw in the boats that heel sitting at the dock is that in normal conditions GM is near zero or slightly negative and there is no righting moment Adding weight causes the boat to sit a little deeper and moves the center of buoyancy slightly upward and the center of gravity slightly downward and makes GM a little more positive, if you add the weight low in the boat about the same height as the designed center of gravity, or put so much weight in that the CG moves below the CB. If you put it higher than the existing CG it can have negative effects, actually making GM shorter and causing the boat to list more.
This gets worse when a person steps on board. The center of gravity of the human body varies from person to person but on an adult standing up is generally somewhere in the midsection of their body, about 3 feet above the deck they are standing on. By adding the body’s weight to the boat you significantly raise the center of gravity of the boat, and slightly raise the center of buoyancy, reducing the GM and maybe even making it more negative causing the boat to heel even more, Until it heels to a point where the center of buoyancy shifts farther outboard than the CG and the boat starts to gain righting moment; the tendency to right itself. This assumes the person is standing on the center line and doesn’t move. If they move toward the low side, the CG moves that way too and the boat leans more (sounds obvious and it is) and the CB shifts outboard as well. However, if the CG shifts more outboard than the CB then the boat rolls over.
The real solution is to change the design of the boat. Give it less of a vee, make it wider at the waterline, and move things in the boat so the CG is lower but CB is the same. But how do you fix an existing boat? The best solution is not to add weight. The best solution is to move things around in the boat so that the weight is distributed in a way to lower the center of gravity. It doesn’t necessarily have to be below the center of buoyancy but by moving it closer to the center of buoyancy you increase the GM. Another solution is to actually remove weight that is high in the boat, lowering the CG
A builder should also not forget what happens as tanks empty. If you start out with 50 gallons of fuel you have 300 lbs in the boat. But if by the time you return you are down to 1/3 of a tank (following the 1/3 rule, 1/3 to go out, 1/3 to get back, 1/3 reserve or emergency fuel), then you have only 100 pounds of fuel in the boat and the center of gravity has moved up, the center of buoyancy has moved down, and the GM is shorter. So the boat is lighter and less stable. That is why stability calculations are done with tanks empty.
A good way to remember this is if you add weight the CG moves in the direction of the added weight and the CB moves up. So if you put the weight low, to lower the CG then the meta centric height is less and the boat is less stable.
If you subtract weight the CG moves away from where the weights were taken So if the weights were taken from up high the CG moves down and the CB moves down. (less weight,. less immersed hull, less buoyancy, lower CB.). This may increase the GM.
However, one additional problem exists. With a deep vee boat you also have to consider where the waterline is when the boat is at rest. If it is above the chine, and as you reduce weight does not go below the chine, then this will not cause a stability problem because the width of the boat at the waterline is not significantly reduced.. However, if the waterline is at or below the chine, as you reduce weight the width of the boat decreases rapidly. That reduction in beam also reduces the righting moment, decreasing the ability of the boat to right itself.


The best thing to do is hire a naval architect or small craft designer to do a weight and stability analysis. They can tell you if there is going to be a problem and how to fix it.
Keep heavy weights low. Such things as tanks, batteries, engines, all should be as low in the boat as possible. One favored place for tanks on center console boats is under the center console. This significantly raises the CG of the tank. Get it out of there and put it under the motor well or under the deck. Or split it into two tanks and put one on each side of the boat to lower and distribute the weight evenly.
If you add equipment to a boat, think about where you are putting it. Ask yourself what effect it will have on stability. Things like pedestal seats will significantly raise the CG when someone sits in the chair.
For existing boats that have a problem, don’t add weights to correct a list. This is not a good solution. Move things around. Move the batteries to the opposite side or move the fuel tank. If the boat is a side console, try moving the console to the center, or to the opposite side. Adding hollow lifting strakes along the chine might add more buoyancy by widening the boat at the waterline. If this is a long shaft outboard, try lowering the transom and switching to a short shaft to significantly lower the CG and reduce weight. Think about the problem and try to find solutions that do not add weight , but that shift the CG downward without raising the Center of Buoyancy. On larger boats with cabins there are many ways that the weight can be reduced up high or things that can be moved to shift weight to a lower position.
data from boatbuilder.com