Now in its 5th edition, this book is an invaluable reference for anyone wanting practical advice on working with fibreglass to build, repair or improve boats.
Since it was first published 45 years ago, Fibreglass Boats has become a classic, relied upon by owners, surveyors and boat builders keen to understand how fibreglass behaves and obtain practical advice on how to work with it. In an accessible and non-technical manner, Hugh du Plessis explains the nature of fibreglass, its durability, its weaknesses, the effects of use and the weather, plus the latest research into causes of the blistering and osmosis. Now in its fifth edition. P/B 288 pages.