Professional BoatBuilder #164 Dec/January 2017

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Professional BoatBuilder Magazine

December/January 2017

On the cover: The 65' (20m) schooner Adirondack, hauled at the Scarano yard in Port Albany, New York, for maintenance. She's one of a nine-vessel fleet the company designed, built, owns, and operates in running day excursions from Manhattan, Key West, Boston, and Newport, Rhode Island, to supplement revenues from boat construction. Story on page 22.Photograph by Robert Mazza.


  • The Scarano Fleet: Design, Build, Sail, Repeat by Robert Mazza.  A custom boat builder in Port Albany, New York, creates its own network of excursion-boat businesses to keep its shop full and income steady.
  • SAR 60 by Fabio Buzzi.  A new high-speed 60-footer is custom designed to rescue refugees in the Mediterranean Sea. G-10 LaminatesCharles Hazouri
  • Thermal-Imaging G-10 Laminates by Charles Hazouri.  A gallery of infrared images illustrates that thermography is a perfect tool for inspecting G-10 thermoset fiberglass laminate components.
  • Survivor IV by Dan Spurr.  Approaching 40 years building small sailboats, Precision Boat Works of Palmetto, Florida, has learned a thing or two about staying alive.
  • We Can Have Hybrid by Nigel Calder.  After some early failures, the development of marine hybrids has quietly continued. The results include some viable and almost-viable power choices for the recreational marine market.


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