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Carbonics 32

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

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Carbonics 31

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.

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Carbonics 30

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.

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Carbonics 29

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™...

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Carbonics 28

Youngest circumnavigator sails TotallyMoney to new record

The sailing press has been filled with accounts of the youngest solo circumnavigator, Mike Perham,who at 17-years 164-days completed a remarkable trip ’round the world.

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Carbonics 27

Yachtsman “lightens ship” with GMT mast and PowerFurl boom

Ron Drucker, retired President of railroad giant CSX, knew what he wanted but knew serious engineering was required to achieve it. Going from his Hylas 54 to a new Hylas 70 meant shedding two feet of draft from the original design in order to sail safely into his homeport of Key Biscayne, Florida. GMT was a big part of the engineering solution.

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Carbonics 26

New GMT in-boom furling system is light, sleek and incredibly neat

GMT’s new in-boom roller-furling combines engineering refinement, weight reduction and aesthetics. Our carbon composite furling booms, now being custom built for 45 to 90 ft yachts (structural engineering completed for
larger yachts), are about half the weight of comparable aluminum systems. They have a distinctively sleek profile drawn for us by John G. Alden Design.