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Professional BoatBuilder Magazine October/November 2015 On the cover: Technicians from Boston BoatWorks' placement-and-tailoring crew apply layers of freshly epoxy-impregnated triaxial glass fabric joining the hull halves of a production-built MJM 40z. The shop is one of just two production builders in the country that specialize in wet-preg epo...


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