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April/May On the cover: Harry Larsen, a retired applied mathematician who formerly worked for Boeing Marine Systems, hauls out Talaria IV at his property in Vashon Island, Washington. A longtime fan of hydrofoiling technology, Larsen fitted his 1980s-vintage Bayliner Monterey with custom retractable foils and a sophisticated control system of hi...


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