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Old 09-23-2011, 07:01 PM
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Default Great article about Fabio Buzzi and Outerlimits in this mnths Prof Boat Builder

One of Buzzi's new designs takes up the entire front over.

Very well done, 11 page story on Buzzi and his mind.

22 pages on Outerlimits! Part on their high tech laminate/construction methods and a separate story about the company in general.

Very technical magazine and great to see some of the go fast stuff in there.

Well done guys!
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One of Buzzi's new designs takes up the entire front over.

Very well done, 11 page story on Buzzi and his mind.

22 pages on Outerlimits! Part on their high tech laminate/construction methods and a separate story about the company in general.

Very technical magazine and great to see some of the go fast stuff in there.

Well done guys!
I second that , hope to read it tomorrow been busy.
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I second that , hope to read it tomorrow been busy.
the Outerlimits article but wow! Very well written, very technical, and very enlightening
Interesting seeing what a company at that level is willing to do in R&D.
Just the work in the lamination stack is damned impressive.
Like the boss walking up to you and saying, "how would you build it if you could build it any way you want?"

Would be a fun place to work. Appears they are doing their own engine program as well. I'd be there on my coffee/lunch breaks
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I've been working at Professional BoatBuilder since April and am proud to be part of an organization that lets us tell a complete story and is not influenced by advertisers. Glad you liked the articles.

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Buzzi's new design is amazing.
There were two separate articles on Outerlimits talk about moving
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Great reading!
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Is there somewhere I can buy this issue? Or can someone post a link to the Outerlimits article?
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Is there somewhere I can buy this issue?
trade magazine. Never seen it on a news stand. Normally very, very technically written but awesome stuff if it registers.
The two articles on O.L. are over the top and should be mandatory reading for all us experts on this site.
The one Buzzi is grade A as well.

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Wait until you read Eric Colby's article on gear ratios in the next issue of Sportboat. Best on the subject I've had the pleasure to read.
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