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#183 PBB February/March 2020

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On the cover: Michael Cassata strips the reusable silicone masking jackets after spraying gelcoat in the foil molds for the production-built UFO foiling dinghy at Fulcrum Speedworks. The shop’s imaginative embrace of silicone has eliminated 90% of the consumables required to build the boats with conventional resin-infusion materials. Story on page 42.
Photograph by Aaron Porter.

 

18  Pluses and Perils of the New DC Boat
by Nigel Calder
Increasingly sophisticated power generation, storage, and management options make onboard electrical systems more efficient and versatile than ever.

36  Float Like a Butterfly: A Yacht for 2050
by Aaron Porter
The winning entry from IBEX’s 2019 Design Challenge looks to a future of scant leisure time, responsible resource consumption, and greater systems connectivity.

 42  A Cleaner, Faster Infusion Shop
by Aaron Porter
By switching to infusion under reusable silicone bags, dinghy builder Fulcrum Speedworks reduces consumables by as much as 90%.

58  A Cat for All Seasons
by Dieter Loibner
Scott Jutson’s diverse design portfolio covers a range of boats for different purposes. Some of that experience informed a 40′ (12.2m) aluminum fishing cat for a Canadian client.




 

 

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