Traditional methods of research on ship maneuvering performance were estimated in calm water. Ship maneuverability in waves is of vital importance for navigation safety of a ship (ITTC, 2008). The accurate estimation of force and moment acting on the ship and rudder behind propeller are necessary because the rudder, propeller and hull interaction is of key importance. In addition, course-keeping ability and maneuvering performance of a ship can be significantly affected by the presence of wave. In this study, the model test is performed in the regular wave in the square wave tank in Changwon National University and the hydrodynamic force acting on the ship hull and rudder behind the propeller in various wave directions is investigated. The effect of wavelength and wave direction on hydrodynamic force acting on ship and rudder behind propeller in regular waves is discussed.