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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Autonomous sailing vessel patrols with patented WingSail technology.
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The well-liked and well-known Hinckley "Picnic Boat" is 20 years old. CW recounts composites use on this popular yacht.