"LowellM" wrote in
>> Stay informed about: Researching hull liner construction techniques
> I've posted this inquiry on a couple online forums, apologies if you
> already read a similar post...
> I'm researching classic fiberglass boat construction techniques using a
> fiberglass inner liner or hull liner that serves as both sole/deck and
> longitudinal/stringer structural element. One example of this is
> SeaBird boats from the early '70's, with their innerliner system. Does
> anyone know of other boats that were made with this kind of technique,
> from the early 1990's or earlier? I'd be particularly interested in
> documentation from the time period.
> I'd greatly appreciate if you could email me with any leads you might
> have. Thanks!
Screw the email.
Take a look at Cape Dory boats, and Albergs.
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