Zone: Marine Composites
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The marine market is the most deeply penetrated of all end markets served by the composites industry. Yachts, sailboats and other craft make substantial use of gel coat, core material, glass fiber and, in some applications, carbon fiber.


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Sailing the sea with composite wings

Autonomous sailing vessel patrols with patented WingSail technology.
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Carbon fiber rudders, dagger board hydrofoils prove their mettle CompositesWorld

CarbonicBoats designed and manufactured carbon fiber/epoxy dagger board and rudder hydrofoils as retrofits for several International A Division Catamarans that recently competed in the 2014 world championship races in New Zealand.

Pacific Engineering wins U.S. Navy shower stall contract CompositesWorld

U.S.-based Pacific Engeering has received a contract to develop an adaptable, modular, composite shower stall for U.S. Navy ship installation.

Aerospace and industrial next-gen advanced composites: A two-way street? CompositesWorld

The head of his own consulting company and the president of Dayton, Ohio-based Quickstep Composites, the U.S. subsidiary of Australia-based Quickstep Technologies (Bankstown Airport, New South Wales), HPC columnist Dale Brosius sees “aerospace” and “industrial” innovation as a two-way street.

High-performance vs. general purpose CompositesWorld

Jeff Sloan notes the closing gap between “aerospace” and “industrial” composites.

Celebrating a great composite design CompositesWorld

The well-liked and well-known Hinckley "Picnic Boat" is 20 years old. CW recounts composites use on this popular yacht.

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