Hydroplaning and hydroplane may refer to:

  • Aquaplaning or hydroplaning which is also known as a loss of steering or braking control when a layer of water prevents direct contact between tires and the road, runway, or other surface.
  • Planing (sailing), a method by which the hull of a boat skims over the surface of the water rather than plowing through it
    • Any watercraft that is specifically designed to plane, including:
  • Diving plane, a submarine control surface used to help control depth, analogous to the elevators on the tail of an aircraft
  • Hydroblading, a figure skating move sometimes referred to as hydroplaning
  • an aircraft designed to land on water
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