ProBoat – Boat Builders Magazine

Cold-molding has been around since the development of good glues, mid-20th century, but it was the formulation of high-grade epoxy resins that allowed builders to construct stiff, lightweight, monocoque hulls... » The post Lyman-Morse Builds New in Wood and Glue appeared first on Professional BoatBuilder Magazine.
Wed, Aug 02, 2017
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At last January’s Refit International Exhibition & Conference, sponsored by Professional BoatBuilder magazine and hosted by the Broward County Convention Center, Jarrett Bay Boatworks won a Refit Excellence Award for... » The post Jarrett Bay Boatworks Wins Refit Show Excellence Award appeared first on Professional BoatBuilder Magazine.
Tue, Aug 01, 2017
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The press is fond of asking centenarians their secrets to long life, and the answers often include no booze (or maybe just a nip a day), but you never hear:... » The post Curt Whiticar Dies at 106 Years appeared first on Professional BoatBuilder Magazine.
Tue, Aug 01, 2017
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Rhode Island’s International School of Technology and Trades (formerly the International Yacht Restoration School, still referred to as IYRS, pronounced “iris”), recently announced a new nine-month training program, Digital Modeling... » The post New IYRS Program Will Focus on 3D Design Skills appeared first on Professional BoatBuilder Magazine.
Wed, Jul 26, 2017
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Larson, longtime maker of runabouts, announced last spring that it was moving out of its Little Falls, Minnesota, plant and will share space with its sister brands—Carver and Marquis—at their... » The post Larson Leaves VEC Behind in Pulaski Move appeared first on Professional BoatBuilder Magazine.
Wed, Jul 26, 2017
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