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June/July 2016On the cover: Wisps of dry fiberglass from a laminate sample confirmed what non-destructive examination of a two-year-old 52.5' (16m) auxiliary sloop had suggested: the original resin infusion was incomplete. The next challenge was how to repair it. Story on page 36. Photograph by Roby Scalvini.Under the Radar by Paul Lazarus Found...


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