This article presents results of the free surface flow around ship hull on two different types of computational grid. Each type of mentioned grid has its own advantages and disadvantages in particular cases, mostly in one phase simulation. Omitting cases with capitation, there is no free surface involved in one phase simulation. Multiphase simulations are crucial in the ship design process and optimization. Recreating free surface on the triangular mesh causes difficulties, in contrast to the hexahedral meshes, where calculated surface is more aligned to the physical border of the fluids. In this paper, results from the triangular mesh were compared to results from hexahedral mesh. Conclusions about triangular meshes in two phase simulation are presented. The computational fluid dynamic toolbox OpenFOAM is used to perform calculations of the total resistance of work boat in calm water.