BROOKLIN, ME, USA – 6 June 2019 – Brooklin Boat Yard launched , a 55-foot sloop designed by Botin Partners of Spain, on June 5 after a ten-month build at the Brooklin, Maine, boatyard. The cold-molded custom yacht is a spirit of tradition racer and daysailer.
What’s so different about Jaruco? This boat is up to 50,000 lbs lighter than the competition and runs over 10 mph faster. The builder, Jarrett Bay Boatworks, uses PRO-SET INF-114 and ADV-175 in her construction.
From Mooresville, North Carolina, US, Jason Young, Global Sales of Rossion Cars, grew up in the NASCAR industry. Rossion builds a mere 36-48 cars a year at its 45,000sq ft facility in Palm Beach, Florida,US, with each car taking around six months to be hand crafted and worked on by a team of 70 employees.
Crew tryouts in March gave the Stars + Stripes Team USA challenge a chance to get sailing and build an identity while its boat was under build in Michigan.
LONDON, ENGLAND – Anna , the 65′ cold-molded sailing yacht built by Lyman-Morse in 2018, won the prestigious Spirit of Tradition Classic Boat Award at an exclusive event held at the Royal Thames Yacht Club in Knightsbridge on April 2.
The team will use PRO-SET epoxies in the construction of the AC75, a 23-m monohull designed to sail above water on advanced hydrofoils.
The Exocet racer’s hull and its foils, designed via computer model, are fabricated using hand layup and resin infusion methods, respectively, with PRO-SET epoxy.
Incognito, a 28-year-old catamaran, is still setting speed records and besting much newer craft. It was fabricated by Gougeon Brothers Inc. (Bay City, MI, US) in 1990, and is owned by Russell Brown of Port Townsend, WA, US, who was the first solo finisher in the 2018 grueling R2AK (Race to Alaska).
SAN DIEGO (AP) – Out on Pensacola Bay, the combination of a fantastical-looking test boat called the Mule and technology from aviation giant Airbus is giving the New York Yacht Club’s American Magic a flying start toward trying to win the America’s Cup in two years.
After being inspired by a boat magazine article, Simon Hawksley planned and pieced together the vessel of his dreams. Not only the first he’d ever built, but also the first he’d ever owned! Attempting to log a maximum speed in a small, fast boat always focuses the mind, but today more than ever.
CW talks to Entropy Resins and Gougeon Brothers about their future as one company. To me, this announcement makes so much sense and heralds, I believe, a bright future for composites. In the communications Gougeon and Entropy sent to their customers and associates, they painted an image of growth, literally.
Winona, Minnesota-Benjamin Wooden of Edina, Minn. was named the first recipient of the Michael A. Barnard Memorial Scholarship at Winona State University (WSU). The scholarship, established by the Gougeon Employees Foundation, is designed to benefit Winona State… #47 #BenjaminWooden #Epoxyworks47
In the realm of sailboat racing, the International 14 World Assn. (Kent, UK) calls its I-14 events the choice “for sailors looking for a fast, challenging boat in which they can develop their own ideas while sailing in the company of a group of like-minded, open and welcoming competitors.”
Mike Arieta doesn’t like to sit still. Rather than talk in a conference room, he asks if we can chat while we tour the Hinckley Company’s Trenton, Maine, boatbuilding facilities. A recent snowstorm has made walking between the sheds icy and precarious, but Hinckley’s new president is undeterred.
Most industry observers might be wary of a public relations campaign announcing a new boat line with no pictures of the boats. Instead, there are images of seashells, sand and waves. But if the owner of the new Solace line has the name Dougherty – the same Dougherty family behind the Boston Whaler, EdgeWater and Everglades brands – a certain amount of leeway should be granted.
Fabricated by Gougeon Manufacturing in 1990, Incognito is a composite catamaran that’s still setting speed records and besting much newer craft. Gougeon Brothers Inc. (Bay City, MI, US) recently sent an interesting press release about a 28-year old catamaran that’s still setting speed records and besting much newer craft.
Pourable structural foam with excellent gap-filling ability provides a very solid yet high-performance structure.
Gougeon Brothers Inc. (Pro-Set Inc., Bay City, MI, US) has introduced new high-volume epoxy pumps that dispense epoxy faster than any pump the company has ever offered.