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From Alvin to airplanes, east coast boat builders to west, and everything in between, check out our latest Carbonics issue #32.

To read more and see the full issue #32 of GMT's newsletter "Carbonics" see the link below.

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From Keck Arrays in the South Pole, to a 70' Cat, SeaStairs, new construction, and an Able Apogee 58 refit, Carbonics 31 covers the latest stories of GMT in the carbon world.

To read more and the full issue #31 of GMT's newsletter "Carbonics" see the link below.

GMT Composites names Director of Sales and Marketing

GMT Composites names Jonathan Craig Director of Sales and Marketing.

Jonathan Craig brings extensive sales and marketing experience to GMT’s 26 years of success as a top composites manufacturer.

Bristol, R.I. USA; October 18, 2011 - GMT Composites Inc., a recognized leader since 1984 in advanced composite manufacturing for the marine, medical, and industrial markets, has named Jonathan Craig as its new Director of Sales and Marketing.

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Spirit of Tradition racing yacht gets GMT sprit of distinction

An exciting new 68-footer from Stephens Waring Yacht Design is nearing completion at Brooklin Boat Yard (ME). The owner’s brief called for a graceful coastal cruising yacht capable of going offshore – a boat that could compete and finish first in Spirit of Tradition racing.

To read more and the full issue #30 of GMT's newsletter "Carbonics" see the link below.

GMT Composites Carbon Fiber Mast Chosen for Hylas 70

PRESS RELEASE
Owner Selects GMT Mast with In-mast Furling for
Simplicity, Flexibility and Performance

Bristol, Rhode Island — The newest Hylas 70, Archangel, has been launched with a GMT carbon fiber mast featuring an innovative in-mast furling system. Archangel was on display at Strictly Sail Miami, February 17-21, 2011.

GMT’s PowerFurl™ Boom Featured on Two “Boats of the Year”

PRESS RELEASE
The Hylas 56 and Southerly 57 are Fitted with GMT Composite’s
Innovative In-boom Roller Furling System

Bristol, Rhode Island — GMT Composites has introduced a smaller version of its popular carbon-fiber roller furling boom. PowerFurl booms have now been delivered on two 2011 “Boats of the Year,” according to GMT Sales and Marketing Director Jay Kiley.

GMT Arch and Arms mentioned in "Yachts International" magazine article as "Feat of Engineering" SEE IT NOW

See cover and article in the February 2011 edition of "Yachts International" featuring the 138' HJB Calliope, for which GMT built the arches and supporting arms, described as a "feat of engineering."

See link below for more:

http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/8cf3ac6b#/8cf3ac6b/53

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In an ironic twist, the first Southerly 57RS from British boatbuilder Northshore Yachts will be bringing her GMT rig right back to Rhode Island after this attractive cruiser’s debut at the Annapolis Sailboat Show. In addition to her GMT mast, this new Southerly flagship has the ultimate in furling booms, our GMT PowerFurl™...

To read the full issue #29 of GMT's newsletter "Carbonics" see the link below.

GMT INVITES YOU TO AMSTERDAM

PRESS RELEASE

GMT Invites you to Amsterdam

Please come visit GMT Composites at METS 2010, the largest and most prestigious Marine Trade Show in the world, from November 16th to the 18th in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. We can be found in the COMPOSITE PAVILION at exhibit space 11.631.

Continuing to expand upon our world wide audience, GMT will be in attendance providing information and answering questions. If you wish to set up an appointment please EMAIL JAY KILEY at jay@gmtcomposites.com.

St Barth's Bucket 2010

Thirty-nine sailing yachts that if placed bow to stern, would be nearly a mile long battled it out on the beautiful waters of St Barthelemy in the Caribbean for the St Barth’s Bucket last month. A gentleman’s race for, you guessed it, nothing but a bucket and the right to say you had won it. “Bucket Races” started on the island of Nantucket, Massachusetts twenty-four years ago and pit some of the largest and most beautiful sailing vessels in the world against each other. Vessels from 76 feet to 184 feet (24-56M) sailed three races around the island.