Professional BoatBuilder Comprehensive Index

Issues 1-147

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cabinetry, interior. See interior joinerwork/cabinetry

cabinet shop. See work space

cabin interiors: saloon vs. salon, 57:15. See also interiors, arrangements/decoration

cabin soles: shop-made teak/holly (balsa core), 13:43

cable, anchor: Duckbill/for boat shelter, 36:4; locker design for, 93:76; scope/hurricane preparedness, 30:8

cable connectors: cable support, 134:54; temporary electrical and electronic through-deck connectors/RDE Connectors & Cables, 92:6

Cable and Wireless Adventurer : Nigel Irens monohull, 55:16, 62:96, 63:86; renaming of/Brigitte Bardot, 145:100

cable cutter: Klein, 12:60

Cable Marine: recession business strategies, 121:62

cable ties: Cobra Cable Ties, 76:10

cables. See wire/cable, marine

cables, battery. See battery cables

cables, electrical. See electrical cables; wire/cable, marine

cables, engine-control: chases/dragging tools, 28:14, 30:4; hydraulic, 28:60; push/pull, 28:14, 28:60, 29:58

cables, routing: 3-D CAD modeling, 40:50

cable sheathing: Panduit spiral wrapping, 13:70

cable ties: Cobra Cable Tie, 74:9; nylon/Strap-Loc, 6:52, 47:66

Cabo Marine/Cabo Yachts: cored bottoms, 51:22; Coremat applications, 7:50; profile of, 91:96

Cab-O-Sil: controlling resin drainout, 33:46, 42:62; for core closeouts, 97:130; Commuter 36/Magic/hull bottom, 130:20

Cabot Safety Corporation: sound-absorption composites, 12:60

CAD/CAM (computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacture): computer hardware/selection/sources/costs, 8:35, 9:5, 40:52, 40:53, 66:90, 71:106; computer integrated manufacturing (CCIM), 67:110; computer software/applications/sources/costs, 7:18, 8:35, 17:58, 40:42, 40:52, 40:53, 57:88, 61:106, 66:90, 71:106, 90:13; control station/ergonomic analysis, 48:66; design mock-ups, 40:42, 40:48, 65:97; 137:12; for DuraKore strip construction, 15:34; for fabric cutting/stitching/tailoring, 57:88; Faro Arm measurement data device for modifying existing boat dimensions, 78:94; for fiberglass tooling, 61:102, 71:106; FiberSIM software, 85:10; Finite Element Analysis/panels/loading, 45:62; implementation study, 58:13; laminate kits, 35:58, 85:10; Macintosh vs. MS-DOS operating systems, 8:35, 9:5; for metal construction, 38:38, 63:145; for outfitting (harnesses/railing/piping), 40:50; Naval Designer integrated hull-design workshop, 90:13; parametric design, 40:42; planar sheer, 27:4; problems/divergence/interiors, 40:24, 97:10; for small boatyards/builders, 13:43, 58:3, 58:66; 3-D Modeler, 7:64; 3-D modeling/cabinetry, 13:43; 3-D modeling/metal construction, 38:38; 3-D modeling/right-of-way/outfitting, 40:24, 40:50, 71:106; tooling, 66:110, 137:12; training/resources, 7:25, 38:14, 38:47; at Turn Point Design, 137:12; use at Southampton Institute, 61:26; for waterline/striping patterns, 45:86; for wood interior joinerwork/cabinetry, 13:43, 40:42, 40:52, 40:53. See also computer hardware, for CAD/CAM; computer software, hull design/fairing; computer software, lofting/parts generation; lofting; metal construction, CAL/NCC (computer-aided lofting/numerically controlled cutting); numerically controlled (NC) lofting/cutting

CADKEY: design software/interiors/cabinetry, 13:43, 40:52

Cadwalader, Dick, author: “Gelcoat Peeler,” 3:60; “Head Arrangements,” 5:50; “A Jacking Carriage Simplifies Keel Repair,” 4:6; “Marine Wiring,” 8:12; “Quality and the Market,” 3:72; “Powerboat Reports and Practical Sailor,” 8:9; “Securing the Future of Sail,” 6:20; “A Simple System for Handling Boatyard Runoff,” 6:8; “Syntactic Tooling Foam,” 6:52; “Teak Decking,” 5:26; “Thermoplastics,” 10:34, 11:20

Cady, Blake: Freedom 36/38 bow redesign, 45:86

Cain, Jerry: on drivetrain fundamentals/aligning couplings, 73:5

CAL/NCC (computer-aided lofting/numerically controlled cutting): CAD/CAM systems/software/hardware/applications, 7:18, 13:48, 17:58, 24:26, 24:32, 24:34, 40:42, 40:52, 40:53, 57:88, 63:145, 65:97, 69:13, 69:52, 71:106; for composite flat-panel construction, 45:54; cost savings, 25:4, 59:71, 69:52; design control/liability/errors, 7:18, 8:4, 8:35, 25:4, 27:4, 38:14, 38:47, 39:4, 71:106, 137:12; fabric cutting/stitching/tailoring, 57:88, 65:97, 69:13; frames/lofting errors, 38:14; vs. foundry castings (parts/hardware/fittings), 42:46; for interior joinerwork/cabinetry, 13:43, 40:42, 40:52; Liba Max 3, 69:13; loft floor, 38:14; for outfitting (harnesses/railing/piping), 40:50; outsourcing/kits, 37:16, 37:18, 38:14, 38:38, 38:47; parts fit/trial and error/limitations, 59:71, 65:97; parts nesting, 38:38, 45:54, 45:62; for plugs, 46:16; problems/divergence/interiors, 40:24; for small boatyards/builders, 13:43, 59:71; vs. traditional (manual) lofting, 7:18, 8:35, 24:26, 24:30, 25:4, 25:42, 38:14, 39:4, 53:28; VectorLam laminate design program, 69:13; vocational training, 38:14, 38:47. See also CAD/CAM; computer software, lofting/parts generation; lofting; metal construction, CAL/NCC (computer-aided lofting/numerically controlled cutting) applications; numerically controlled (NC) lofting/cutting equipment

Calder, Nigel: on battery paralleling/charging/cycling, 41:5; Boatowner’s Mechanical and Electrical Manual/review, 43:83, 138:6; on boatbuilding in advanced economies vs. economically undeveloped nations, 102:120, 103:6; Cape Dory 28 refit/Paul Calder, 138:6; on controllable pitch propeller/diesel-electric efficiency, 111:4; response on connecting lithium cells, 124:6; response on cost of existing lithium battery packs and Battery Management System (BMS), 122:6; on DC wiring/cable selection, 22:4; on differences between lithium-ion and NiCad batteries, 121:9; on double-clamping/marine hose installation, 51:6; on galvanic isolators, 33:4, 43:5; response on hybrid conundrum and permanent magnet DC motors, 144:4; response hybrid propulsion, 143:6, 144:4; on isolation transformers and whole boat ground fault protection, 105:4; on the NMEA 2000 power systems, 99:4; on specifity of heat from various liquid substances for marine refrigeration, 92:4; on “Systems Audit at Pacific Seacraft,” 61:5; profile, 43:83; on refrigerant phaseout/retrofitting, 18:4, 28:6, 30:54, 31:4; “Running the Numbers,” 120:52; on salvaging drowned engine, 47:5; on sizing electrical cables, 37:4; on testing ground wire circuits, 102:4

Calder, Nigel, author: “ABYC Goes CD ROM,” 49:79; “After Apartheid,” 83:50; “The Airbag of Boating,” 40:66; “Alternators & Regulators,” 19:50; “Another Take on Trip Thresholds,” 104:30; “Backfire,” 102:120; “Battery Chargers,” 27:24; “Beyond Efficiency Criteria Alone,” 109:140; “Bilge Pump Installations,” 57:48; “Boat Cable,” 51:69; “Boatbuilding to a Single Standard,” 104:96; “Breakthrough,” 111:82; “Bringing a New Product to the Marine Marketplace,” 56:18; “Bungee-Mooring a Marina,” 53:64; “Calculating the Load,” 64:36; “Carbon Fiber Spars,” 47:44; “Changing the System,” 106:42; “The Checklist,” 73”102; “A Chill Wind,” 26:8; “The ‘Combiner’ Solves Battery-Charging Problems,” 31:68; “Corrosion,” 32:36, 33:28; “The Dawn of Drop-in Propulsion,” 115:32; “DC to AC Inverters,” 25:30; “Diesel-Electric,” 92:12; “Don’t Forget the Float Switch,” 44:29; “Dripless Shaft Seals,” 29:14; “Duly Noted at Dusseldorf,” 115:128; “Economies of Sail,” 145:66; “Electric Lights,” 87:80; “Engineers by the Hour,” 40:66; “Fire-Resistant Boat Cable,” 55:99; “Getting on The Bus,” 108:34; “The Great Galvanic Isolator Debate,” 41:21; “Ground Fault, Interrupted,” 100:56; “Ground Tackle,” 93:76; “The Fiber Rigging Phenomenon,” 110:86; “Finding Faults,” 134:54; “Genset Shootout,” 113:56; “Halon Is Dead; Long Live FE 241,” 30:60; “The Hybrid Conundrum,” 142:26; “Hybrid Marine Power, Part I: Efficiency Theory,” 107:82; “Hybrid Marine Power, Part 2,” 108:82; “Hybrid Power System for J-Class Yachts,: 143:46; “iFloat,” 133:12;  “Industrial Sails,” 109:156; “The InteliMate,” 28:60; “Kiwi Magic,” 71:70; “Lightning Protection,” 86:26; “Long-Lasting Impellers, Easily Replaced,” 53:89; “Losing (Quality) Control,” 34:72; “Managing High-Current DC Circuits,” 89:28; “Making the Right Connections,” 20:50, 22:4; “Marine Batteries,” 18:44, 18:53, 20:4; “Marine Hose,” 49:16; “Marine Hybrids Come of Age,” 127:30; “Marine Refrigeration, Part One,” 90:64; “Marine Refrigeration, Part Two,” 91:34; “Minimizing the Risk of Boat Fire: Overcurrent Protection,” 36:41, 38:4; “Minimizing the Risk of Boat Fire: Sizing Electrical Cables,” 35:18; “Moving Up to a 24-Volt DC System,” 76:21; “A Much-Needed Course (Marine Systems Technician),” 57:100; “A Multiple Malo,” 119:38; “Networking Part 1: The Three-Cable Boat,” 97:148; “Networking, Part 2,” 98:50; “A New Multimeter with DC Amps Capability,” 50:73; “Niche Diesels,” 122:64; “Onboard AC Power Options,” 77:28; “Orust,” 82:48; “Postcard from Orust,” 117:54; “Preventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning,” 45:32; “Proper Grounding Practices,” 30:44; “A Proper Marine Isolation Transformer,” 45:105; “A Propulsion-Efficiency Experiment,” 124:54; “Raising the Bar,” 54:32; “The Real McCoy,” 118:40; “The Refrigeration Dilemma,” 16:35; “Reliable Float Switch, Hold the Mercury,” 107:30; “Rethinking Battery Banks,” 39:56; “Salvaging a Drowned Engine,” 43:52; “Shakeout,” 99:82; “The Shock of the New,” 131:46; “Some New Components for High-Capacity DC Systems,” 38:5; “The Synchronizing Inverter,” 112:74; “Systems Audit at Pacific Seacraft,” 59:21; “Tank Choices,” 52:18; “Testing Batteries,” 39:98; “The Maturation,” 115:74; “Total Immersion,” 105:78; “Trucking a Boat,” 63:54; “Twin Tools for Testing AC and DC Circuits,” 34:59; “The Ultimate Multimeter,” 44:54; “Wet Exhausts,” 43:44: “Where Are The Americans?” 113:112

California: low-polluting engines, 27:61; mergers/buyouts, 25:8; Rule 1106.1 amendment, 60:11; Rule 1162/compliance/impact on boatbuilding industry, 1:30, 2:4, 8:28, 10:8, 10:20, 18:8, 20:32, 25:8, 26:34, 31:3, 140:18; SCAQMD, 25:8, 26:34, 60:11; workers’ comp, 23:13, 23:14, 25:8

Callahan, Steven, author: “An Education in Small-Craft Design,” 61:26; “Bieker's Boats,” 74:68, “Dick Newick, Multihull Pioneer Passes,” 146:10; “The Foils Factory,” 74:82; “Intuitive Dynamics,” 122:40; “Groupe Finot,” 64:64; “Keeping It All Interesting,” 76:60; “Master of Surprise,” 62:46; “M&M,” 72:84; “Native Son,” 75:38; “Nigel Irens,” 63:86; “A Rodger Martin Retrospective,” 113:82; “Their Phone Is Ringing,” 124:42

Callahan, Steven, co-developer of The Clam, folding rigid inflatable boat (FRIB): 71:6; 130:6; revamped Tencara 43 cat, 127:56

Callan Marine: Callan 55, high-speed boat, 66:11; Tencara 43 catamaran raceboat, 119:6

Calpyso Inflatables: trademark conflict, 14:2

CAM (computer-aided manufacturing). See CAD/CAM (computer-aided design, computer-aided manufacture); CAL/NCC (computer-aided lofting/numerically controlled cutting); metal construction, CAL/NCC (computer-aided lofting/numerically controlled cutting) applications; numerically controlled (NC) lofting/cutting equipment

Camarc Design (Scotland): composite fast patrol boat for African navy, 147:10

Cambridge, Wayne: on water leaks, engine exhaust, and waterlock mufflers, 91:10

Cambridge Wire Cloth Company: Poly-Gripper boat slings, 14:57

Cameron, Murdo: advanced composites replica P-51 fighter, 128:8; composite vintage outboard replicas, 144:10; Miss Spokane Unlimited-class hydroplane replica, 128:8

Camille Data Acquisition system: styrene emissions testing, 40:17, 40:18

Camp, Robert C.: Benchmarking, 20:40

Campbell, John: on lightning protection systems/dissipators/impulse suppressors, 43:64, 46:5

Campbell, Lorne F.: Bladerunner, tunnel-hull design, 72:10; on Crouch’s formula/estimating speed, 53:4; on dynamic instability, 34:5; on stepped hulls, 65:5; 93:4

Campion Marine: bioresin/biodiesel boats, 143:52; fibertoon pontoon boats, 143:52; green technology/materials/market trends, 143:52

Canada: model basins, 56:26, 56:38. See also British Columbia; Newfoundland; Ontario

CAN (Controller Area Network): CANbus wiring system/three-cable boat, 98:50; vs. Victron's V.E. Net, 98:50; EmpirBus, 98:50

Cancro, Nick: on LED interior lights/Sensibulb with thermal control circuit, 117:5

candela: vs. lumens, 87:80

Canfield, Susan, author: “The Pre-purchase Survey Report,” 55:71

Cannella, Anthony: on transmission thrust bearings, 121:9

Canning, Wayne: bucket-and-roller laminating/lobsterboat hulls, 45:76

canoes: Canoe & Kayak Industry News, 40:62, 43:17; cold-weather boating, 34:55; concrete, 31:62; composite/We-no-nah, 49:36, 49:40; Crosslink 3/Discovery, 4:34, 4:40, 10:34, 11:20; with fiberglass and burlap plies, 83:84; Hornbeck Boats, 97:60; marketing/dealerships, 42:16, 49:36, 49:40; marketing/women, 42:16; market revival/update, 4:34, 21:72; performance, 49:3; polyethylene, 10:34, 11:20; Placid Boatworks, 97:60; resin infusion applications, 32:18; roto-molding/vacu-forming technology, 4:40, 10:34, 11:20; Royalex, 11:20, 49:36

canvaswork: design/airflow/carbon-monoxide back-drafting, 45:32; patterning for dodger, 29:54

Caouiette, Pierre: response on Ned Farhinhold letter/Efusion electric outboard/test boat, 145:4.

capacity: jet boats, 36:50, 38:12; safety standards, 36:50, 38:11

Cape Dory 40: underwater exhaust for, 90:34

Cape Dory Yachts, Inc.: auctioning of, 13:70; and Carl Alberg, designer, 77:104

Cape Fear Community College: boatbuilding vocational training program, 20:18; catalyst measuring system, 29:51

Cape Horn 65, steel trawler yacht: Nova Scotia Boatbuilders Association, 77:10

CapeLine, fully automatic convertible canvas top for flybridge, 108:16

Capi1 distributed power systems, 131:46

Capi2 distributed power systems, 119:38

Capolupo, Frank: Rule 1162 development, 26:34

Capri Sailboats: purchased by Catalina Yachts, 61:10

Caprio, Dennis, author: “Lyman-Morse,” 97:82

capsize: capsize waterline, 139:54; knockdowns and inversions, 140:4; loss of ballast and, 23:24, 23:26; righting moment/stability, 23:24, 23:26, 139:54, 140:4; survival at sea, 23:24. See also stability, dynamic

Carbide Corp: drill bits for sample cutouts/plugs, 49:25

Carbodur strip: pre-cured beam material, 61:34

carbon fiber: aluminum jaws for handling, 47:34; applications, 58:36, 58:52, 63:151, 85:46; auto-racing applications, 30:4; block reinforcement/bearings, 45:105; braided tubing/structural members, 41:28, 41:30, 47:44; composites handbook, 58:36; costs/economy/availability, 24:18, 24:21, 26:4, 28:18, 45:54, 47:44, 53:40, 55:79, 57:30, 57:88, 58:36, 58:52, 123:3; curing of pre-pregs without conventional custom-built ovens,131:28; cutting/blades/laminate repairs, 43:54; D Carbon 36 all carbon constructed sailboat/Dutch Carbon Yachts, 104:12; decks/Nautor, 84:52; driveshaft for fast ferry, 75:78; filament winder/Entec, 58:36; galvanic corrosion/blistering with aluminum, 43:64, 45:54, 47:44, 54:70, 57:30, 59:5; galvanic corrosion with stainless steel, 54:70; grinding/conductivity, 28:18, 102:46; helm pedestals/pilothouse/Isobel sailing yacht, 136:44; monocoque grid lines/Outerimits Offshore Powerboats, 133:60; prefabricated carbon fiber grid system for hull inner skin/Baltic Yachts, 85:46; pre-pregs, 20:56, 24:18, 24:21, 39:30, 41:28, 41:30, 43:54, 57:88, 58:36, 59:5, 63:151, 64:82, 70:44, 73:79, 85:46, 125:54, 131:28; reinforcement applications/techniques, 12:18, 28:18, 41:28, 41:30, 45:54, 45:62, 58:36, 61:34, 63:151, 64:52, 64:64, 85:46; retractable sprit for assymetrical spinnakers, 98:28; rig/GMT Composites, 141:6; SMARTweave resin-flow grid, 46:45, 57:88; GMT Composites spars/Brooklin Boat Yard/Artisan Boatworks/French and Webb, 141:6;  for structure/box-section stringers, 40:28, 41:30; suppliers/manufacturing of, 58:36, 58:52; supply/production of, 28:19, 45:54, 58:36; taped joints/flat-panel construction, 45:62; types/properties/modulus bands, 58:36; unidirectional reinforcements (unis), 28:18, 61:34, 75:78; 85:46,  96:36, 144:58; vs. wood/veneers, 55:79; use in trimaran Sebago, 62:46; vs. wood/epoxy, 130:52; wood-epoxy keel, Bagatelle, 96:72; X-Brace Structure/Mystic Powerboats/Express Yacht, 119:6. See also blistering, carbon fiber/galvanic; carbon fiber laminates (CFRP); carbon fiber spars; laminates, marine, advanced-composite

carbon fiber, strength/loading/stiffness/impact tolerance: America’s Cup contenders, 35:3; fatigue limit/unstayed masts, 57:7; laminate repairs, 43:54, 45:5, 85:46; vs. fiberglass/composites, 4:64, 28:18, 43:54, 45:54, 58:36; fiber orientation and, 28:18, 43:54, 43:61, 45:5, 45:54; vs. Kevlar, 43:54, 45:5, 45:54, 47:57, 56:64, 58:36; stiffness, 47:44, 47:53, 47:57, 58:36, 61:34

carbon fiber laminates (CFRP): composite flat-panel construction, 39:30, 45:54, 45:62, 54:44; cored/sandwich construction, 47:40, 53:40, 55:79, 58:36, 80:40, 144:58; deck, 47:34; damage inspection using shearograhy/emerging technologies for, 124:26, 128:50, 139:40; detecting damage in, 123:58, 124:26, 128:50, 139:40; epoxy vs. vinyl ester resin, 55:5; fasteners/fittings for, 57:30; galvanic blistering/causes/prevention, 57:30, 59:5; inconsistent weight of, 142:40; laminate properties analysis, 47:53; laminate stacking/secondary bonding, 57:88; vs. metal construction, 48:35, 53:40; production boatbuilding applications/low-cost, 58:36, 58:52; for sportfisherman, 1:22; stealth technology/navy minehunters, 53:40, 55:5; ultrasonic testing of, 123:58, 128:50; wood-foam sandwich construction, 55:79

carbon fiber spars/masts: vs. aluminum, 47:44, 55:44, 57:7; autoclave/vacuum-bagging, 47:44; braided tubing, 41:28, 41:30, 47:44; carbon-fiber laminates, 3:42, 10:52, 28:18, 47:34, 47:44, 47:53, 57:7; continuous-filament braiding machine/Novis Composites, 92:60; as standard C&C Yachts equipment, 92:60; carbon-fiber pre-pregs, 20:56, 41:28, 41:30, 47:44, 69:125; design/engineering/technology, 3:42, 10:52, 39:3, 39:30, 41:28, 41:30, 47:34, 47:44, 47:53, 63:86, 75:98; designing the carbon rig/GMT Composites, 146:40; free-standing/AeroRigs, 60:11; free-standing/wingmasts, 55:44, 55:46, 57:7, 61:10; galvanic corrosion, 43:64, 47:44, 47:53; H13OS sprit-boomed rig/Rodger Martin, 113:82; largest single composites mast/Zeus/Jim Gardiner, 120:62; lightning protection, 43:64, 47:52, 128:50; mold/mandrels, 47:44, 136:56; Multiplast, 90:50; non-destructive examination techniques for lightning damage, 128:50; off-axis fibers, 47:44, 47:53; Optical Fiber Strain Sensing System (OFSSS), 68:11; rig construction for John Alden design schooner/Summerwind, 146:40; Team SEB carbon rig/Southern Spars, 75:98; topmast for Paper Jet 14 sailing dinghy/Dudley Dix design, 110:26

carbon filament: hull construction, winding filament around a mold, 61:10

carbon monoxide: AC generator exhaust, 77:28, 107:94; design and construction factors raising risks in production boats, 107:94, 114:94; engine exhaust systems, 43:44, 45:5, 45:32, 107:94, 114:94; Madur CO analyzer, 107:94; poisoning/causes/prevention, 39:90, 45:32, 60:11, 62:78, 107:94, 114:94; station-wagon effect, 39:79, 39:90, 43:44, 45:32, 114:94; ventilation tests on single engine boat, 107:94

carbon monoxide detectors/alarm systems: ABYC standards/”What to Do When the Alarm Goes Off,” 117:18; as a standard on theEdge motorsailer/Hunter Marine, 116:10; requirements for CO detectors, 137:22; using chemical/electrochemical sensors, 45:32; using Figaro semiconductor, 45:32; Fireboy/Xintex, 45:32; Marine Technologies, 45:32; nuisance/false alarms, 45:32; types, 39:90, 45:32

carbon tapes: for structural reinforcement/flat-panel construction, 45:62

Carbospars Ltd.: AeroRigs, 60:11; survival pod, 54:18

Carderock Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center: annual boat-and-equipment show, 121:78; Combatant Craft Department, 52:42, 146:24; composites testing, 34:42, 42:39, 48:35, 50:5, 52:42, 52:51, 58:36; contracting with, 42:39, 146:24; hydrodynamics/performance tank-testing, 42:39, 49:42, 52:42, 52:51, 53:12, 56:26, 56:38, 58:6; Mark-Five Special Operations Craft (MK V SOC), 52:42; need for nearly all-purpose riverine carft, 146:24; profile/naval research facility, 42:39, 48:35; profile/special warfare fleet, 52:42, 52:51; SCRIMP, 42:39, 58:36; retrieval system for specwar RIB, 52:42; stern flaps testing, 70: 81; VARTM (vacuum-assisted resin transfer molding), 32:28, 42:39; Web site, 42:39; on woven vs. stitched fabrics, 31:4. See also composites testing, panel testers/test fixtures; model basins/tank-testing facilities and programs, North America; model testing

Carey, Merritt, author: “Law of the Yard,” 103:34

Cargocaire Engineering Corporation: dehumidifier/blister repairs, 16:41

car lift, hydraulic: ClearLift for use in small-craft repair, 71:6

Carlson, Larry: on Prop Scan/propeller pitch, 42:74

Carnell, David: on propane refrigerant, 27:4; on vacuum-drying, 10:4

Car Pal, Inc.: Car-Pal-It/car storage in boat dry-storage areas, 6:52

carpet, marine: Alpha, 6:52; Fiberton electrostatically shot carpet fibers, 77:10; installation/runners for, 32:15; Lobosport, 21:26; MBX Metal Blaster tool for, 85:10

Carrier, Steve: on affixing hull identification numbers, 59:5

Carroll, Barry: Summit 40 and Summit 35 sailboat racers, 123:10

Carroll Marine: computer tracking of production/labor, 50:59; closing of business, 85:10’ Corel 45, 61:66; epoxy resins, 42:52, 42:59; 49er racing skiff, 49:74; vacuum-bagging cored bottoms, 51:22

Cartwright, Bob: on Merritt's Boat and Engine Works, 63:5

Cascade Pacific Industries: custom industrial plywood/Boat Ply, 16:12, 27:42

Casciani-Wood, Jeffrey N.: on sizing zinc anodes, 34:5: on question of laminate density and quality affecting meter readings, 104:4

CASDE Corporation: VARTM fabrication, 48:35

Cassidy, Jim, author:  “Insuring the Ethanol Transition,”: 102:33

Cassidy, Jim: on Sparkman & Stephens Designer's Recognition Rendezvous, 75:5

Cassis, Frank: Rule 1162 development, 26:34

Castro, Tony: Elan Power 35 boat, 85:10

Castrol North America: Super Clean engine cleaner, 38:55

Caswell, Chris, author: “Machined Solutions,” 130:44; “Service, Size Large,” 127:42;  “Spreading he Word,” 128:80; “We’re Done Crying,” 121:62

Catalina Yachts: builder profile/product development/ancillary equipment, 35:34; interior design, 6:34; purchase of Capri Sailboats, 61:10; Rule 1162 compliance, 25:8; sailboat market, 30:48, 65:11

catalogs, components: interface data/descriptions, 47:80, 49:4. See also PILOT

catalogs, industrial safety: Tennessee Mat Co., 23:54

catalogs, tool. See tool catalogs

catalogs/product brochures, builders’: for boat shows, 36:60; for canoes/We-no-nah, 49:40; interactive, 38:51; low-budget, 23:37; photorealistic/animated alternative, 40:48; production tips, 3:16, 4:50, 6:5; and product liability, 38:11, 38:12. See also product literature

catalyst: blending/dispersal/distribution, 2:4, 15:13, 15:60, 33:46; chemical reactions with, 6:16; cumene hydroperoxide/Trigonox 239A, 33:57, 44:30; development of, 38:30; diluted/summer-grade, 2:6, 15:13, 33:46, 33:57; for epoxy, 42:62; for gelcoat, 1:6, 2:6, 7:50, 11:42, 15:13, 50:46; hot-weather formulations/alternatives, 33:46, 33:57, 42:62; inhibitors, 33:57; neutralizers, 7:64; nonfoaming/SCRIMP, 4:30; promoters/accelerators, 6:16, 33:46, 35:4, 44:30; shop practices/storage, 6:16, 6:64, 15:13, 33:57; shop vs. lab testing, 50:46; for spraying systems, 2:6, 15:13, 15:60, 33:46; tinted, 15:13, 15:60; for vinyl ester, 6:10, 6:16, 42:62. See also accelerators/promoters; catalyst ratios; cumene hydroperoxide; MEKP; spraying equipment, catalyst mixing/metering systems; spraying equipment/systems/techniques

catalyst, mixing/metering: for Armorcote/tooling gelcoat, 13:70; blister causes/prevention, 15:60, 51:108; bucket-batch method, 20:18, 29:51, 30:57, 33:46; catalyzation graph/measuring system, 20:18, 29:51, 30:57; for gelcoat, 1:6, 11:42, 33:46; Material Mixer, 21:60; metric system, 29:51; with paint rollers, 46:16; quality control kit, 29:51; sample testing, 1:6; temperature/hot weather, 33:46, 33:57; VOC emissions reduction, 20:40; by volume, 20:18, 29:51, 30:57; by weight, 30:57. See also spraying equipment, catalyst mixing/metering systems

catalyst, paste: benzoyl peroxide (BPO), 33:46

catalyst ratios: and blister prevention/resistance, 4:5, 15:13, 50:46, 51:108; and core bonding, 9:36, 33:46; for gelcoat, 1:6, 2:6, 11:42, 15:13, 33:46, 50:46; hardness and print-through, 2:6, 33:46, 50:46; gel times/temperatures/testing, 1:6, 2:4, 2:6, 29:51, 33:46, 33:57, 50:46; Polish Motorcat 30, 86:14; and resin shrinkage/flat-panel fabrication, 45:68; and resin shrinkage/mold release, 13:11, 50:46; and resin drainout, 33:46; with vinyl esters, 6:10, 6:16, 42:52

catamarans, power: aluminum Moose Boats, 79:10; Cat ferry, 53:12; CATUG tug-and-barge chemical carrier, 43:36; catamaran/camper hybrid, 137:12; deep-V monohull/offshore catamaran, 127:56;Du Toit Yacht Design/expedition catamaran, 143:10; fan-drive system ductwork for, 75:78; fast/low wave-making (wave-piercing)/displacement, 29:4, 50:11, 53:12, 54:43, 54:44; 74:54; fast/ferries, 45:120, 47:5, 53:12, 57:15, 59:10, 61:82, 75:78; foil-assisted catamaran/Kvichak, 96:52; 4:20; Jeanneau’s Lagoon Power 43/cat without a stick, 86:14; Lady Cat ferry, 59:10; market/designs/production of, 6:25, 22:64, 45:120, 47:5, 47:16; minehunting SES catamaran, 65:84; model testing, 55:32; monohulls vs. multihulls, 78:46; narrow planing hulls/Shark cat/Bruce Harris, 78:46; passenger cruise boat, 57:15, 124:42; pilot boat Swift, 96:52; planing/asymmetric deep-V hulls/John Kiley, 47:16, 74:54, 78:46; racing cat/world speed record/Michael Peters, 127:56; round-the-world record, 50:13, 54:5; revamped TenCara 43 cat/Callan Marine, 127:56; SES hullform/hovercraft hybrid, 48:6; Skater boats/Peter Hledin/Douglas Marine, 109:80; SpecialCraft/stepped hull cat/B.S. Studios, 80:12; symetric and asymetric demi-hulls, 140:7. See also excursion boat market; ferries

catamarans, sailing/cruising: Aqua Cat, 53:12; C-class/racing/advanced composites, 39:30, 72:84, 124:12, 128:8, 133:70; Aikane 56/Van Peteghem Lauriot-Prevost, 91:154; charter boats, 36:74; 124:42; composite wing masts, 14:8, 133:70, 133:70, 96; critical design drivers/Alex Simonis, 83:66: cruising, 30:48; custom-built tilt trailers for, 135:58; Doug Brookes, designer builder/St. Kitts, 119:28; evolution of for Little America’s Cup, 133:70, 139:108; excursion, 3:11, 22:64, 83:50; Gougeon G-32, 42:52, 49:59; Gougeon water-ballasted, 23:4; Gun boat line/Peter Johnstone/Nigel Irens, 98:28, 138:6, 144:58; hardware bonding/Tornado, 15:21; head installation, 52:4; market/designs for, 6:25, 22:64, 23:4, 30:48; mega-catamaran/PlayStation, 58:13, 59:5, 60:11, 72:84; outsourcing, 37:16, 37:18; production/Gold Coast Yachts, 3:11, 14:8, 22:64, 37:16, 37:18, 124:42; production/Gunboat International, 144:58; tooling for, 39:30, 59:76, 144:58; TS 50/XL catamarans, 118:8; Turbocat, prototype beach catamaran/Robert Fischer, 103:142; wave-piercing/unstayed masts/Goss Challenger, 58:13

Caterpillar Marine Power: engine supervisory system (ESS), 14:34; footwear, 53:12; Web site, 43:17

cathode: hot and cold fluorescent lighting, description of, 87:80

Catia software: for fabric cutting/stitching, 57:88

Cat Ketch Yachts Inc.: Sparhawk 36 and 42/free-standing masts, 55:46

Caudwell Marine Axis Drive: through-the-transom drive system, 117:8

caul plate, 123:32

caulk. See adhesive/sealants; sealants; silicone caulk

caulkers: job market, 21:42

caulking/reaming/reefing tools: BoatLIFE Hot Knife stripping tool, 10:52; caulking gun/Drill-Mate, 13:70; caulking gun/pneumatic, 33:64; custom fabricated/ship reconstruction, 21:42; oscillating caulking cutter, 45:105; panel saw/power-reaming, 21:60

caulk remover: Sika Sealant Remover, 2:70

Cavanaugh, J.E.: on internal vs. external mix equipment, 2:4

cavitation, propeller: noise/sound control, 5:42, 67:70; surface drives and, 2:52

CBTF (Canting Ballast Twin Foils) boats: hydraulic ram, 92:6

C-class boats: aerodynamics and geometry of wing sails, 133:70. Canaan and Alpha , 133:70, 134:42

C & C Yachts:  Bruckmann, Erich, obit, 135:6; building boats in pits, 138:6; profile of, 92:48, 115:100; carbon fiber prepreg frame/Alpha, 134:42; Fairport Marine Company buyout, 92:48, 138:6; and Novis Marine, 115:100; purchase of brand by USWatercraft, 147:38; Reunion 2012/Hamilton, Ontario, 138:6; weight reduction in, 134:42. See also Steve Killing Yacht Design

C-Dory: 22’ planing dory, 23:41

CE (European Certification): ABYC’s seminar “Exporting to Europe,” 84:18; boat export compliance standards, 63:38; compliance with electrical installations, 75:22; ignition protection, 75:22; rulefinder.net online service, 100:4

Celanese Corporation. See Hoechst Celanese

Center for Marine Vessel Development and Research (CMVDR): model-towing tanks, 64:11

Center for Naval Analyses: Russian internships, 35:52

Centurion 45: Berret Racoupeau Yacht Design, 77:10

Ceramco New Zealand: Bruce Farr design, 61:66

CeRam-Kote, Freedom, Inc.: ceramic-epoxy coating, 54:18

Cerasia, Ed: on paint booth engineering, 42:24

Cerny Island Trail 22 design: one off construction/Cerny Yacht Design/Design Challenge, 135:36

Cerritos College: vocational training program, 21:12

certification: American Boat & Yacht Council (ABYC) Convenience Learning program, 69:184; chartering regulations, 27:80; classification/aluminum construction, 24:34, 24:39; for exporting to Europe, 27:3, 28:54, 37:66, 40:62, 41:38, 41:41, 41:42, 46:10, 54:98, 55:87, 66:11; NMMA program, 4:9, 15:50, 16:4, 37:66, 41:38, 41:41, 43:17, 55:87, 94:4; testing/maneuverability, 27:3; testing/stability, 36:22, 36:32, 39:4. See also composites testing, lab/standardized; Europe, exporting to; International Standards Organization (IDO) standards; passenger vessels; Subchapter T boats; systems

Cetrek, Inc.: Dataline integrated navigation system, 6:52

CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons), phaseout/restrictions/replacements: flotation foam, 2:28, 2:31, 24:62; R-12 refrigerant, 16:35, 17:4, 18:4. See also flotation foam; R-12 refrigerant

CFRP (carbon fiber reinforced platic). See carbon fiber laminates (CFRP)

Chabot, Randy: on outsourcing/quality control, 35:4; on through-hull installation, 10:4

chafing gear: hurricane preparedness, 30:8

chain, anchor: swivels for, 30:8

chain hoists, pneumatic: applications, 33:64; Gardner-Denver P2 Series, 41:62

chainplates: carbon-fiber reinforcements, 28:18; and fiberglass decks/Malo Boats, 82:58; repair of, 82:22

chairs, ergonomic: Aeron chair, 34:31, 34:32

Challenger Marine: Dudley Whitman obit, 133:12; early days/FRP development, 103:186, 104:100, 133:12; Crystaliner boats/Don Mucklow, 105:4; Marco method production boat, 103:186

Chamberlain, Nancy: on acetone replacements, 33:20, 33:26

Chamberlain Group, Inc., The: Polishmaster 100 buffer/polisher, 20:56

Chance, Britton, Jr.: on computer lofting/fairing, 25:4; MacSurf design software, 8:35; obit for, 141:6; 65’ sloop Amoco Procyon, 6:20, 10:42, 37:66

Chance, Jim: on SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) requirements, 78:7

Chandler, Dick: on C. Raymond Hunt hulls, 112:4

Chapin, Bart: on original Hampton boat model/Dick Pulsifer/Charles Gomes, 108:6

Chapin, E. Barton III, designer: company address change, 65:11; four-way hatch hardware, 64:11; on reminisces of associations with Jay Paris, Dave MacPherson, and Paul Coble, 91:12

Chapman, Michael J.: on catalytic heaters, 8:54; on fabric impregnators, 7:5

Charger 40, electric cruiser: conversion to semi-planing hull, 77:82; propulsion battery tanks for, 77:82

 charging systems; . See alternator, high-output; batteries, marine; voltage regulator, stepped/smart

Charles Industries: Intelligent Marine Charger (IMC) programmable DC output charger, 135:6

Charles Marine Products: ISO-Boose transformers, 45:105; ISO-Transformer, 45:105; SmartBoose circuitry, 45:105

chartering/charter boats: catamarans, 36:74, 45:120, 47:5; cored bottoms, 51:22; regulations, 27:80, 37:34, 59:44; sailboat market, 30:48; T-boats/Passenger Vessel Safety Act, 37:4; trimarans, 52:12. See also flats-boat market/flats skiffs; passenger vessels

chart tables: design considerations, 11:9, 11:19

Chase, Eric: Cogito construction, 39:30

C-Hawk Boats. See Tri-State Custom Fiberglass

Cheers project, 122:40

Chemco Mfg. Co.: floor protector, 14:57

Chem-Grate Corp.: anti-slip products, 23:54

Chemical Compliance Consultants Corp.: maintaining OSHA standards/VOC limits, 1:30; Responsible Marine Program, 28:54; water pollution prevention/regulations/compliance, 31:10, 31:18; worker training programs, 13:54, 13:65

chemical hazards. See hazardous materials; worker safety/occupational health

chemical reactions: monitor/Accucure, 52:12

chemical sensitivities/allergies: to epoxy resins, 3:19, 42:62, 45:105; to polyester resins, 36:88; Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS), 36:88, 38:6; to vinyl ester resins, 42:62. See also worker safety/occupational health

chemical spills. See spills, fuel/chemical, cleanup/containment kits

chemical storage: buildings, 4:58, 27:8; drum containers (Enviropac), 9:56; plant layouts, 17:34; resins and gelcoats, 15:13; vinyl ester tanks, 6:10

chemistry: boatbuilder as cook, 10:64, 14:2, 14:57; product quality/worker safety, 6:64; technical assistance/process control (resin manufacturers), 39:27, 42:52, 43:96. See also catalyst, mixing/metering; resins

Chem-Tech: Dualite microsphere fillers, 11:52; Redimix gun, 6:52

Chem-Trend, Inc.: Mono-Coat RPM mold release, 5:26, 12:27

Cheoy Lee: 58’ and 70’ sportfishermen, 1:22; Hin Lee Shipard (Doumen, China), 128:38; Mazu hull No. 5,000, 128:38; steel built tug boat, 103:112; profile of, 103:112

Cherubini Yachts: profile of, 112:28; Cherubini 44 ketch, 112:28; composite trawler yacht Independence114:20; and Moloka’i Strait series motoryachts 114:20

Chesapeake Light Craft: John Harris/Pacific proa Madness, 135:36

Chesapeake Sailing Yacht Symposium, 82:8; Hugo Myers/speed prediction of sailing yachts, 121:50

Chiboucas, Pete: on battery recharging, 19:50

children and boating, 118:80

China: production boatbuilding, 103:72, 128:38; ABYC’s International Standards Summit, non-participation in, 104:96; domestic boat market, 128:38; Flying Eagle Boatbuilding, 119:6; High Modulus B3 Smart Pac box kits, 121:100; sailmaking competition/technology, 145:66

China Sail Factory, 109:156; 145:66; safety/nip roller issues, 146:4; sail hardware, 145:66; sailmaker’s sailmaker, 145:66;

chines: defects in, 70:92; FRP construction, 58:79, 60:5, 70:92; hard/design software, 33:69; point loading/trailering, 58:79, 60:5; stepped, 46:16; 58:79

chisel, floor: modified for laminate repair, 23:20

chisel, impact: applications, 33:64

Chittum, Hal: epoxy compatible resins and Chittum skiffs models, 139:30. See also Hell’s Bay Boatworks.

chlorine in freshwater tank, 130:66

chlorofluorocarbons. See CFCs

Choate, Dennis: profile/Dencho Marine, 126:56

chocks: installation/hurricane damage, 30:8

chopper guns: calibration/controlling resin content, 59:30, 71:38, 74:30; evolution/selection/applications, 3:54, 38:30, 71:38; Gemini-VR, 10:52, 31:68; maintenance, 3:54, 15:13. See also fiberglass fabrics/reinforcements, chopped-strand (chop, roll mat)

Chris-Craft Mahogany Runabout Corporation: CAD/CAM applications, 7:18, 8:35, 40:42; the cachet of Chris-Craft, 80:3; Cobra model, 80:3; composite stringers/PRISMA, 41:62; FRP construction, 38:30; pressure-treated industrial plywood/lab testing, 27:42; Golden Age of, 80:48; Outboard Marine Group (OMG)/revamping, 80:48; print-through control, 7:50; Roamer restoration, 4:30; 24’ runabout, 2:12; 22’ Tournament Fisherman model/Pacific 22/Wayne Mooers, 98:12

Christensen Yachts/Shipyards: ABS classification, 39:80; megayacht construction, 2:42, 12:50

Christian, Andy: on isolation transformers and trip thresholds, 105:4; on Whisperprop propulsion system, 99:4

Cristos, Jose: on method to display hull identification numbers, 61:5

chrome: chromate paints/aluminum boats, 37:36; residue/hazardous waste disposal, 37:36

Ciba Composites: epoxy pre-pregs, 25:59; Nomex honeycomb core, 22:20, 32:21, 39:30, 45:54, 45:62, 56:40, 56:61

Cichanowski, Mike: builder profile/We-no-nah Canoe, 49:36, 49:40

Cigale 18 (fast offshore cruiser): 64:64

Cigarette Racing Team, Inc.: honeycomb cores/applications/techniques, 22:8, 22:20; hull-to-deck joints/shoebox construction, 60:104; in-house machine shop, 48:56; Kevlar/carbor-fiber reinforcements, 28:18, 61:34; laminate bulker/print blocker applications, 7:50; profile/management, 12:10; quality/construction details, 12:10, 12:18; 38’ speedboat, 1:20; supercharged gas inboards, 17:44; 20’ Cigarette, 37:66; tabbing procedures using Flexi-resin, 65:84; using steps to increase speed/Michael Peters, 127:56; vinyl esters, 28:18, 42:52; workers’ comp premiums, 24:11; worker training, 12:10, 13:54; woven reinforcements, 29:38. See also Jenkins, Valentine (Val)

CIGNA Marine Loss Control Services: damage assessment/repairs, 25:18

CIM (computer-integrated manufacturing): Perception financial planning/production software, 23:50

Cinderella II : hull bottom repairs, 126:18

Cinderella IV: construction of/Green Marine, 123:32; circuit analyzer: Ideal Tool ST-1P, 82:80

circuit breakers: Airpax, 16:52, 105:78; current ratings, 37:4; establishing nominal rating, 85:114; ETA Survey/The Dirty Dozen, 85:114; labeling/documentation, 132:80; magnetic, 36:41; thermal magnetic/magnetic-hydraulic high current response, 85:114; Professional Mariner/DC, 38:55; selection, 85:114; sources, 36:45, 37:4; thermal, 36:41; types, 36:41; waterproof/Newmar, 45:105

circumnavigations: Antarctic, 60:11; in custom aluminum trawler/Ben Gray, 111:12; record under power, 50:11, 55:16; record under sail, 55:16; research vessel Starship, 57:123. See also Around Alone Race; Millennium Round the World Race; Trophee Jules Verne; Whitbread Round-the World Race

city ship. See floating city ship.

Clam, The: folding rigid inflatable boat (FRIB): 71:6

clamp, E-: Original English E-Clamp, 10:52

clamp, universal: Boa-Constrictor, 33:75

clamping: vs. vacuum-bagging, 1:58

clamping, vacuum (pressure). See vacuum (pressure) clamping

clamping jigs: for laminating frames, 13:8

clamps, aluminum: for handling carbon fiber, 47:34

clamps, angle, auxiliary: Bessey, 24:62

clamps, bar: pistol-grip/Quick-Grip, 1:68, 49:79

clamps, C-: Bessey three-way, 24:62; COX Solo 100, 24:62

clamps, custom fabricated: for wooden ship restoration, 21:42

clamps, four-way: Bessey K framing jig, 5:58; Dyna-Pressure, 12:60; Equi-Pressure Clamp (edge-gluing), 2:70

clamps, hose: ABA Sure-Seal, 9:56

clamps, irregular angle adapter for: Bessey ES, 18:54

clamps, irregular/open design: Crab Clamp, 41:62

clamps, one-hand: Clamp-It, 15:70; Solo clamp, 33:75

clamps, pipe: PowerPress, 49:79

clamps, plastic: BTM, 24:62

Clark, Roger H.: on boat moving/storage, 52:4

Clark, Steve: Cogito/C-class catamaran, 39:30

Clarke, Damian P.: on moving up to a 24-volt DC system, 77:5

Clarke, Dean Travis, author: “Why Aren’t More Manufacturers Building Power Cats?,” 45:120

Class C Catamaran, Cogito, 61:34

Classic Yacht: Copper Coat antifoulant, 1:68

Classico Boats: digitally imaged, fade-proof surfaces for deck and interior decorative panels, 02:14

classification: ABS/LR codes, 39:86, 39:88; ABS superseded by ISO/small yachts, 48:8; certification/aluminum construction, 24:34, 24:39; costs, 39:80; maintaining class/survey inspections, 39:80, 48:8; standards/composites testing, 34:42, 48:8, 133:104; standards/Subchapter T scantling rules, 36:22; standards/yachts, 39:80, 39:86, 48:8

classification societies: safety-factor ratings/core materials, 59:104; working with/yacht classification, 39:80. See also American Bureau of Shipping (ABS); Det Norske Veritas; German Lloyd’s; Lloyd’s of London

Clean Air Act/Amendments (1990): allowable pollution/Title V permits, 33:69, 34:40, 34:59, 39:90, 40:17; Compliant Finishing Guide, 15:70; benchmarking/environmental audit, 20:40; MACT (maximum available control technology) standards, 21:18, 31:3, 34:3, 34:40, 39:90, 40:17, 60:39; marine coatings regulations/1994, 34:40; refrigerant phaseouts/replacements (CFC/HCFC-based), 16:35, 17:4, 18:4, 26:8; styrene emissions/classification, 29:54, 40:17, 53:73, 54:112; VOC emissions/1990, 10:8. See also Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); NAAQS (National Ambient Air Quality Standard); refrigerants, marine; Rule 1106.1; Rule 1162, compliance; VOC emissions/reduction/compliance

cleaner, engine. See engine cleaner/degreaser

cleaner, fabric. See fabric cleaner

cleaner, metal. See metal cleaner

cleaners, biodegradable: Accu-Clean, 20:56; Boatyard Boss, 29:58; at Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding, 115:56; Simple Green, 15:34

cleaners, gelcoat. See gelcoat cleaners

cleaners, hand. See hand cleaner

cleaners, resin. See acetone, replacements; resin emulsifiers/cleaners

cleaners, water-based: Aquaclean, 33:20; disposal guides, 31:68; Thermaclean, 31:68. See also emulsifiers

Clean Seas: Barnaclean electronic antifouling system, 46:50

clear finishes. See paints/coatings, exterior; resins; varnish

Clearwater Electric Boats: electric glide boats/coastal cruisers, 43:17

cleats: installation/hurricane damage, 30:8; installation/location/safety, 42:88; stainless deck cleat/chock with universal deck mount/Schaefer Marine/New Found Metals, 95:6; fixed and flush Nomen cleat, 95:6

Clement, Eugene P.: format for Series 62 hullforms and program, 128:18; history of stepped hulls, 85:76; on practicability and performance of Plum type boats, 90:4

Clement, Eugene P., author: “Evolution of the Dynaplane Design,” 97:164; “The Plum Hulls,” 88:82

Click Bond fasteners: adhesives/applications/installation, 18:4, 32:52

climate. See humidity; temperature, of boatshop

Climate Control, Inc.: York refrigerator compressor (HFC-134a-compatible), 16:35

clipper bow: 64:96

ClipperCraft Boats: Jim Staley, 9:5

clips, metal: Clinch-Fast, 10:52

closed-molding. See laminating techniques, closed-molding

cloth. See fabrics, marine/upholstery; fabrics, specialty; fiberglass fabrics/reinforcements entries

cloth, laminating. See fabrics, specialty (laminating); fiberglass fabrics/reinforcements

clothing, work/protective: air-cooling vest, 29:58; fabric/static/dust and, 22:12; footwear, 3:19; for foundrywork, 42:46; for welding work, 85:4; in hot weather, 29:58, 33:46; protective suits, 3:19, 4:58, 23:54, 33:46, 64:5. See also goggles; gloves; personal protective gear; suits, Tyvek

cloud-based systems: Wheel House Technologies, 137:34

CNC (computerized numerical cutting). See numerically controlled (NC) lofting/cutting

Clymer Publications: British Sea Gull Service-Repair Handbook, 141:30; Pro-Series handbooks, 141:30

coal-fired steamboats, 134:6

Coastal Climate Control: ozone-clean marine refrigeration systems, 26:17

Coastal Cold Molding: customer education/workshop, 24:58

Coastal Motor Boat: load-carrying stepped hull boat/Sir J. I. Thornycroft, 85:76

Coastal Prop Technology: Prop Scan, 42:74

Coastal Zone Management Act: non-point-source pollution regulation, 18:64, 27:8

CoastDesign: Autoplate/Autoship/Autoyacht software, 8:35, 17:58

Coast Guard, U.S. See U.S. Coast Guard

coatings, drag-reducing: Sea-Slide, 14:57

coatings, for metal buildings: Kynar, 26:18; Galvalume, 26:18

coatings/paints: adhesive films, 57:88; Basic No-Blush epoxy, 86:14; defensive painting techniques, 52:54, 52:55; Fire Deer fire-resistant epoxy coating/Progressive Epoxy Polymers, 86:14; heated locker for, 52:81; LTC 38/Progressive Epoxy Polymers, 86:14; underwater epoxy, 86:14. See also antifouling paints/coatings; electrochromic coatings; epoxy paint; gelcoat; linear polyurethane paints; paint; paints/coatings, exterior; paints/finishes, interior; varnishes/varnishing; etc.

Cobalt Boats: builder/construction profile, 28:32, 60:104; closed-molding shop, 90:84, 113:28; cored construction/knitted reinforcements, 29:38; deck plugs/tooling, 28:10, 60:104; hull-to-deck joints, 60:104; safety-related design, 15:50; ventilation system/plant layout, 28:32, 35; 113:28; Xycon skincoat, 28:60

cobalt naphthenate: introduction of, 38:30; promoter for vinyl ester resin, 6:16, 35:4, 44:30

Coble, Paul: on keel fasteners/galling, 38:20; profile of, 88:46

Coble, Paul, author: “Respect Where Respect Is Due,” 14:64

Cobra Cable Ties, 74:16, 76:10

Cockerell, Sir Christopher: hovercraft inventor obituary, 61:10

Cockey, David: on seated eye height comparison to overall height of male and female U.S. Army personnel, 143:4

cockpit: design considerations/safety, 42:88, 48:66, 48:79, 93:98; design considerations/small power cruiser, 39:67, 93:98; drainage systems/ABYC standards, 117:18. See also dashboards; seats/seating; wheelhouse

cockpit soles: encapsulated plywood vs. fiberglass, 40:54, 41:5

Cocquyt, Andre, author: “Closed Molding, Open Technology,” 66:128; “Infusion Revisited,” 69:132; closed molding training at Cheoy Lee, 103:114

Cocquyt, Andre: and Advanced Composites Training program, 110:12;on resin chemistry use in closed molding process, 68:5; Stuart Catamarans, 50:11; on developing results for Hydromat (ASTM D6416) testing, 71:5; GRPguru.com, 78:12; temperature-controlled molding (TCM) and controlled radical polymerization (CRP), 125:54

Code casa (Italy), 108:62

Code of Safety for High-Speed Craft (HSC code): 62:87

code (numeric control code): “Breaking the Code,” 61:104

Codega, Lou: engineer/Hines-Farley 63, 54:56, 54:62; on model testing vs. computer prediction, 55:32; on molded integral grid systems, 46:28

Codega, Lou, author: “Case Study: Bottom Panels on a Hypothetical 40’ Sportfisherman,” 51:26; “The Cored Bottoms Controversy,” 51:22; “Cored Bottom Panels in Impact: How Good?,” 51:24; “The Dynamic Stability of High-Speed Boats,” 31:20; “The Engineering (of the Hines-Farley 63),” 54:62; "The Price of Speed," 62:96

Codega, Lou: design requirements for Advanced Composite Riverine Craft (ACRC), 146:24; engineer/Hines-Farley 63, 54:56, 62; on model testing vs. computer prediction, 55:32; on molded integral grid systems, 46:28

Coecles Harbor Marina & Boatyard: heatable storage tent, 19:25

coefficients of thermal expansion (CTE): distortion of steel and fiber composites, 136:56; and Kevlar laminates, 59:5; tooling-material choices, 136:56

coextrusion: of thermoplastics, 10:34, 11:20, 34:59

Coffay, J. Brian: on speed prediction/Wyman’s vs. Keith’s formula, 57:7

Colby, Eric, author: “The Changing Structure of Speed,” 133:60; “Lucky Seven,” 138:7; “Special Delivery,” 135:58

cold-forming machine: Blue Wave portable machine, 104:22

Cold Jet dry ice blast medium, 141:6

cold-molded construction: built-in fuel/water tanks, 52:18; Brooklin Boat Yard, 84:36, 136:22; Ashcroft System former/contemporary, 51:3, 103:54; cruising sloop Isobel/cold-molded wood hull/Stephens Waring Yacht Design, 136:44; impregnator applications, 5:34, 59:76; laminating frames, 13:8; large-scale, 51:36, 51:52, 62:62, 69:156, 136:22; marine and non-marine projects/Custom Composite Technologies, 103:54; plastic fastenings for, 9:57; post-curing/print-through prevention, 34:18, 34:21, 136:22; Rybovich sportfishermen, 25:42; Subchapter T boats, 36:22; translating into composites/Dean Schleicher, 105:23; vs. fiberglass construction, 136:44; vs. hybrid-reinforced foam-cored hull buttom, 62:73; Whiticar Custom Boats/Robert Ullberg-designed sportfisherman, 81:10. See also fabric impregnators; vacuum-bagging; wood laminates

Cole, Jack: Rule 1162 compliance/Skipjack Boats, 25:8

Cole, Stephen A., author: “Paddling to Profitability,” 4:34

Coleman Company: Ram-X canoe, 4:34

Colin, R., Construction Inc.: pre-engineered metal buildings, 42:24

Collamore, John: on core bonding, 9:36

Collier, Everett, author: “Alternative Energy Systems,” 80:22

Collins, Mike: on owning component failure/policy for owner-supplied parts, 143:6

Collins, Stephen, author: “Test-Driving a Miller Welding System,” 118:8; “Virtual-Reality Welder Training,” 133:12

collisions: occupant protection, 34:13; litigation, 50:18. See also accidents, boat/marine

color, hull: and gelcoat blistering, 15:13; and heat distortion/print-through, 2:6, 14:45, 14:55, 45:76, 64:22, 99:104; and post-curing, 14:45, 14:55, 64:22; seasonal freeze-thaw cycling of/data logger testing, 109:170. See also heat distortion temperatures (HDT)

color, interior: design update, 6:34

Colotti, Bob: on hot-weather FRP boatbuilding, 33:46, 33:57

Colvic Craft PLC: Farr Millennium 65, 59:10; plug/80’ motoryacht, 60:11

Colvin, Thomas E.: on numerically controlled cutting of hulls/steel hull construction, 85:4

Combatant Craft Department, Carderock Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, 52:42; 140:34.

Combridge., Wayne: on exhaust system fundamentals and formula for waterlock mufflers, 91:10

Combs, Merrill: on low-styrene resins, 2:4

COMITT (Conference on Marine Industry Technical Training): workforce concerns and needs, 116:112

commercial vessels: aluminum-fiberglass hybrids, 17:19; aluminum construction/boat kits, 43:83; Boston Whaler, 2:40; carbon fiber laminates, 58:36; chemical carrier/CATUG/Hargrave, 43:36; design/enginering/licensure, 47:24; excursion catamarans, 3:42, 14:8, 45:120, 47:5, 47:16; fire protection regulations, 51:11, 62:78; marine trade associations, 51:11; NQEA, 63:106; plywood skiffs, 23:37; propeller matching, 46:61; resistance prediction, 56:26, 58:26; safety standards/regulations, 8:24, 59:44; seaworthiness/crew/litigation, 36:74; small excursion/T-boats, 36:22; overland transport, 36:33; weight/stability standards, 42:2, 110:68, 54:98; welded aluminum construction, 21:26; vs. yachts/marketing/finish standards, 40:24, 40:28, 40:36, 40:40. See also catamarans, power; dive boat; excursion boat market; ferries; fishing boats, commercial, construction

commuter: Long Island Sound, 58:13; plane-multihull hybrid/Xtreme Xplorer, 57:15; prototype Commuter 36/Magic/Reuel Parker, 130:20; superyacht/Vitters Shipyard, 58:13. See also powerboats, motoryachts

commuter-cat: semi-wave-piercing motorsailer, 76:60

COMO EA runabout: iPad speed controls, 137:12

companionway: design/manufacturing/liability issues, 32:11; 118:30

compartments. See bulkheads/compartments; subframe/compartments

compasses, marine: dash-mounted, 2:72; Faria flux-gate, 11:52; Suunto Design Line, 8:54

Competition Composites: boat and custom fabriations, 142:8; stich-and-glue MiniMax Sea Flea hydroplane, 142:8

component failure, 141:80, 142:4, 143:6

components/ancillary equipment/accessories: aftermarket niches, 14:26, 14:32; catalog interface data, 47:80, 49:4; contracts/warranties, 41:15; discount/Tidewater 21:12; EC (EU) certification, 41:38; in-house vs. outsourcing, 35:34, 37:16, 39:70, 46:16; in-house product testing, 46:16; layout/3-D CAD models, 40:50; kitting, 39:70; lock-in accessories attachment system/Tallon Marine, 115:18; organizing/standardizing product specifications, 49:96, 55:3, 112:88; quality control, 32:64, 35:4, 112:88; weight control, 44:38. See also outsourcing; systems; specific items of equipment

composite boats: Custom Composite Technologies, 103:54; hybrid composite sandwich boat/Symphony Boat Co., 146:10; seasonal freeze-thaw cycling monitoring of, 109:170; vintage outboard replicas/Murdo Cameron, 144:10

composite construction. See cold-molded construction; composite flat-panel construction; fiberglass construction, cored/sandwich; laminates, marine; laminates, marine, advanced-composite; resin-infusion molding; resin-transfer molding; roto-molding; SCRIMP; vacuum-bagging, etc.

Composite Design Technologies: FiberSim stitching software, 57:88

Composite Engineering, Inc.: carbon fiber laminates/fittings/galvanic blistering, 57:30; free-standing rotating wingmasts/Project Amazon, 55:44, 55:46; profile/composite racing shells/kayaks, 41:28, 41:30; satin weave glass fiber in racing shell, 106,112; triaxial braiding/carbon fiber spars, 47:44

composite flat-panel construction: applications/materials/techniques, 45:54, 45:62, 45:68, 63:162, 96:36, 103:54; carbon-fiber pre-pregs/class C catamaran, 39:30; carbon-fiber/PVC foam core/fast catamaran, 54:44; fabrication tips/warping/co-curing/release agents, 45:68, 48:4; Mantex composite sheets, 64:11; vs. plywood, 45:54, 142:8; reinforcements for, 45:54, 45:62; using SCRIMP laminating process, 65:84; shaping/torturing/integrating panels, 45:54. See also fiberglass construction, cored/sandwich, flat-panel

composite foam barrier: for sound insulation, 5:42

Composite Materials Handbook, by SP Systems: 61:116

composite panels/sheet material: Avonite Formstone Lite, 34:28, 34:32; DecoLite, 8:54, 13:43, 40:42, 40:52, 57:110; development of, 38:30; Featherboard, 11:52; scarfing, 13:43; inventorying/for flat-panel construction, 45:54; Marine-Tuff Polymer, 20:56; Nomex Decore, 51:114, 52:4; Nuvel/thermoplastic polymer, 34:28, 34:32; shop-fabricated/for flat-panel construction, 45:54, 45:62, 45:68; Saerfoam, 129:8; simulated stone, 34:28, 34:32; sources, 34:32; StarBoard, 7:64, 21:26, 35:58; Synstone, 34:28, 34:32. See also balsa (end-grain) cores; countertops

composite prepping for painting: Surface Master 905/Cytec Engineered Materials, 86:14

composite spars: design/technology, 3:42, 41:28, 41:30. See also carbon fiber; masts and spars

composite substrate: FiberStrate-MR hardboard, 35:58

composite wing masts: design/construction/performance, 14:8. See also carbon fiber; masts and spars

composites, marine. See laminates, marine; laminates, marine, advanced-composite

composites, material and processing options: alternative to glass fiber composites/Amber Composites, 139:18; how to derive laminate properties based on ply properties, 106:62;  literature and CD-Rom information for, 61:116

Composites Education Association: information exchange/program, 41:58; information on repairs/resin selection, 42:5

Composites Fabricators Association (CFA): benchmarking program, 27:61; composites-technician certification program, 44:49; gelcoating techniques video, 23:54; laminating techniques video, 24:58; membership/marine division program, 21:12, 33:69; Regulatory Compliance Manual, 34:59; styrene emissions/open-molding study/program, 39:90, 40:17, 41:5, 45:21, 55:26; Web site, 41:58

Composites Industry Network: boatbuilding association, 21:12, 28:52

Composites Technology Center/Cerritos College: program, 39:90

Composites Technology Program: at International Yacht Restoration School, 136:10

composites testing: called for in survey, 30:26, 36:34, 37:48, 49:24, 49:27; computer analysis vs. testing, 47:53; damage tolerance/preferred failure, 80:40; engineering documents, 33:13; finite element analysis for optimization of laminates/Outerlimits Offshore Powerboats, 133:46; optical fiber sensing/fibre Bragg gratings (FBGs), 97:10; self-testing/”smart” composites, 46:45. See also blistering, gelcoat/osmotic, testing/diagnosis; surveying techniques/tools/equipment

composites testing, lab/standardized: applications/methodology/interpreting results, 4:22, 4:27, 6:5, 8:4, 8:28, 34:42, 48:16, 106:62; builder education/composites engineering, 58:104; burnout test/glass-to-resin ratios, 51:85, 125:62; Carderock naval research facility, 42:39; classification/scantlings standards, 48:8; computer analysis vs. testing, 47:53; core materials/core bonding, 59:104; fiber-to-resin ratios, 59:30, 125:62; limitations/standardization program, 34:42, 36:4, 48:16, 48:17; list of labs, 48:33; low-styrene (DCPD) resins, 8:28, 40:22, 50:46, 52:67, 55:5; panel testing, 36:34, 106:62; regressed blisters, 51:108; sample coupons/laminates, 50:46; sample coupons/plugs/repair patches, 36:34, 37:48, 49:24, 49:25, 49:27; vs. shop testing, 50:46; stitched vs. woven reinforcements, 31:4, 114:52; styrene emissions, 40:17, 40:18, 40:22. See also composites testing, panel testers/test fixtures

composites testing, non-destructive (NDT): carbon fiber sailing yacht/Marine Survey Bureau, 133:104; fiberoptic borescopes, 35:42, 35:50; infrared thermography, 25:18, 35:42, 133:104; limitations of, 133:104; moisture meters, 19:8, 16:50, 23:42; Smart Hammer, 47:57; ultrasound, 17:58, 35:42, 133:104; workshop, 47:57. See also surveying techniques/tools/equipment, non-destructive

composites testing, panel testers/test fixtures: Baldwin universal test fixture, 58:36; for bending test, 48:16; dynamometer, 48:16, 56:26; for tensile strength test, 87:62; Hydromat, 34:42, 35:4, 36:4, 45:62, 55:79, 64:11, 68:26, 68:30; Satec controller, 58:36; for tensile strength test, 48:28, 58:36

composites testing, shop: adhesion between finish coating and epoxy laminate, 49:59, 51:6; balsa core, 52:30; Barcol hardness/post-curing, 48:16; bending test, 48:16, 64:11, 99:104; catalyst ratios/gel times, 1:6, 2:6, 6:5, 6:64, 8:28; core bonding, 39:30, 48:16; DCPD/low-styrene resins, 8:28, 48:16, 50:46; dynamometer, 48:16; fiber-to-resin ratios, 59:30; fiber-to-resin ratios/Kevlar, 56:61; gelcoats, 48:16; heat-cured laminates/carbon-fiber pre-pregs, 39:30; impact loading/bottom panels, 51:24; importance of/advanced composites, 39:3, 39:30, 42:52; Instron machine/Bertram, 39:70; vs. lab testing, 50:46; laminate test samples, 50:46; lap shear, 28:27, 48:28; low-cost program, 48:16, 48:17; low-styrene (DCPD) resins, 52:67, 55:5; mast compression, 39:30; plate vs. beam, 48:30; polyurethane adhesive/sealants, 28:27; putty shrinkage, 58:54; quality control/education, 58:104; secondary bonding, 19:46, 39:19; skin laminate porosity, 39:30; tensile peel, 28:27, 49:59; tensile strength/modulus, 48:16, 48:17, 48:28, 106:62

compounds: for electrical systems, 8:12; for keel fasteners, 38:20. See also anti-seize lubricants/compounds; buffing compound; epoxy compound; fairing compound; fillers; polyester compound; sealant; silicone caulk; thread-locking compounds

compounds (polishes) for gelcoat restoration: types/applications, 15:44. See also gelcoat finishes

Compozitex: print blocker, 7:50, 7:62

compressed-air (pneumatic) tools/systems: equipment/applications/shop techniques, 33:58, 33:64; for spray systems/hot-weather, 33:36. See also air coolers; air dryers; blowgun; caulking gun, pneumatic; chain hoists, pneumatic; chisel, impact; drill, air; hammer, air-impact; pumps, diaphragm; ratchet, air; sander, pneumatic DA; shears, pneumatic; vacuum cleaner, air-powered

compressed natural gas (CNG): boat fueled by, 44:49

compression test: using ASTM D664, 87:62

compressors (for air conditioning/refrigeration): Dometic SmartStart start-up control, 132:6; electronic starters for, 37:26

compressors, reciprocating (for pneumatic tools/systems): Ingersoll-Rand T-30, 33:58; types/selection/applications, 33:58

compressors, rotary-screw  (for pneumatic tools/systems): types/selection/applications, 33:58

Compromiss Composites consulting firm (Netherlands), 132:24

COMPSYS Incorporated: PRISMA preforms/composite stringers, 41:62, 48:48

computational fluid dynamics (CFD): camber shapes for lifting/planing surfaces, 97:164; drag/wavemaking prediction/Olin Stephens, 60:66; ISIS CFD software, 121:50; MICHLET computer program analysis, 74:54; on semi-displacement yacht at anchor/Van Oossanen, Peter van/velocity prediction program; VEEM Interceptor strips for propellers, 119:6

computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacture. See CAD/CAM

computer applications. See CAD/CAM (computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacture); CAL/NCC (computer-aided lofting/numerically controlled cutting); computer software; engines, marine, computer applications; metal construction, CAL/NCC (computer-aided lofting/numerically controlled cutting) applications; systems

computer applications, online (Internet): bulletin boards, 32:48; Diosa Yachting/Macintosh database/forum, 38:51; e-mail address directory, 38:51; information, 40:80, 41:58; information database/services, 15:70; information/marketing/Canoe & Kayak, 40:62; Internet Waterway, 40:62; marine industry directory/YachtWorld’s Boating Yellow Pages, 44:49; marketing/Web sites, 38:51, 40:62, 41:58; Outdoors Online, 40:62; PBB Online, 32:48, 33:69, 36:74; PierVantage yard management system, 127:10; Unix-based software business management system/Stingray Boats, 127:30; VesselVanguard, 139:18; vocational education/Composites Technology Center, 39:90

computer hardware: insuring, 7:28; protection/hurricanes, 27:18, 27:21

computer hardware, for CAD/CAM: Intergraph, 8:35, 17:58; 3-D modeling capability/interior joinerwork, 40:52; workstations, 8:35, 9:5, 40:42

Computer Methods Corporation: electronically managed engines/diagnostic systems, 20:8

computers. See computer hardware

computer software, 3-D modeling/graphics: Accurender/photorealistic rendering/raytracing, 40:24; Femap pre-processing software/finite element solver (Nei/Nastran), 133:46; Mannequin/ergonomics, 48:66; microstation models, 66:90; RevWorks, 78:94; Rhino/photorealistic scrapbooks, 57:15; Solid Edge program Origin: 66:90; SoldidWorks, 66:90, 78:94; SolidWorks and AutoCAD compatibility, 66:90, 68:5; 3-D WorkShop (Mac), 32:52; vs. 2D CAD, 66:90

computer software, accounting/inventory/estimating/management: Alpha 4, 50:59; Armor, 27:70; AutoCAD, 28:32; Business Planning & Control System software (BPCS)/Cruisers Yachts, 114:68; cloud-based vessel-maintenance management software, 137:34; custom, 57:74, 57:80; Excalibur, 18:54; Lotus 1-2-3/spreadsheet, 21:38, 50:59, 57:74; Microsoft Excel, 57:74; Peachtree, 57:74; Perception, 23:50; relational database vs. spreadsheet, 50:59; Sextant Systems, 3:60; spreadsheet, 57:74; Windows Access 95, 50:59. See also bar code system; inventory; inventory/parts, computer tracking; inventory/parts, purchasing/control; payroll/wages

computer software, animation: Mannequin Professional, 40:48

computer software, CD-ROM: ABYC small-craft standards, 49:79; MSDS (material safety data sheet) Access System, 23:54; photorealistic/animated multi-media sales tools, 40:48

computer software, hull design/fairing: Algor/stress analysis, 8:35; AutoCAD, 48:66, 52:12; Baseline, 38:47; Baseline II, 17:58; for control station/ergonomics, 48:66; curvature/fairing aids, 25:4, 61:102, 114:20; Fairline, 7:18, 8:35, 12:60, 17:58; Fast Yacht, 7:18, 18:4; Finite Element Analysis/panels/loading, 45:62, 64:52, 66:90; Hard-Chine BoatDesign, 33:69; Hullform, 17:58; Intergraph, 8:35, 17:58; for interior joinerwork, 40:42, 40:52, 40:53; for Macintosh systems, 8:35, 9:5, 25:4, 32:52; MacSurf, 8:35, 25:4; MultiSurf, 40:42; Nautilus, 7:18, 7:25, 9:5, 17:58, 24:26, 24:32, 42:26; online access, 33:69; planar sheer, 27:4; Prolines, 8:35, 17:58, 33:69, 66:90, 68:5; Prolines Basic, 30:60, 33:69; Rhino/3-D modeling, 57:15; ShipConstructor, 114:20; 3-D modeling capability/interior joinerwork, 40:42, 40:52; variable-order b-splines, 18:4; Wings, 8:35; WorkShop, 32:52. See also CAD/CAM (computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacture)

computer software, hydrodynamics/performance prediction: vs. model testing/sea trials, 55:32, 58:26

computer software, hydrostatics/stability/weight: Autopower, 36:78; CAL/NCC integration (metal construction), 38:47; custom/limited-edition sportfisherman, 54:62; MicroSoft Excel spreadsheet/weight estimating, 42:26; Ship Hull Characteristics Program (SHCP), 17:58; Shiphull 2000, 17:58

computer software, laminate properties: GENLAM, 47:53

computer software, laminate schedules: analysis/Coredes, 53:4; stacking sequence, 53:20

computer software, lofting/parts generation: ABS Construct, 8:35; AutoCAD, 7:18, 24:26, 38:47, 52:12; AutoKon, 7:18, 17:58; Autoplate, 17:58; Baseline, 7:18, 38:47; Boolean operations capability, 38:38, 40:42; CADKEY, 13:48, 40:52; expanding/unfolding capability, 38:38; Intergraph, 8:35, 17:58; for interior joinerwork, 40:42, 40:52; for Macintosh systems, 9:5, 17:58; McDonnell-Douglas, 7:18, 8:35; for metal construction, 38:38; Nautilus, 24:26; parametric surface equation/Fairline/1 [CAD], 79:8; parts-nesting programs, 38:38; reverse engineering of existing tools/Rhino 3D software/Turn Point Design, 137:12; ShipCAM, 17:58, 38:47; sources, 24:32, 38:49, 40:53; 3-D modeling capability/interior joinerwork, 40:42, 40:52; Unigraphics/parametric, 40:42. See also CAD/CAM (computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacture); CAL/NCC (computer-aided lofting/numerically controlled cutting); metal construction, CAL/NCC (computer-aided lofting/numerically controlled cutting) applications

computer software, propeller/propulsion analysis: Autopower for Windows, 36:78; custom/limited-edition sportfisherman, 54:62; EasyProp, 5:58, 17:58; vs. model testing, 55:32, 58:26; NavCad, 17:58, 26:54, 46:62, 55:32; for propeller matching, 46:52, 46:62; Prop Scan, 42:74; PSOP (Propeller Selection and Optimization Program), 46:62; SmartEngine, 45:105; spreadsheets/design analysis, 49:8; spreadsheets/Lotus 1-2-3, 46:52, 46:62; spreadsheets/speed prediction, 59:56. See also computer softweare, hydrodynamics/performance prediction; performance prediction

computer software, relational database program: Alpha 4, 50:59; for tracking production/materials/labor, 50:59; Windows Access 95, 50:59

computer software, spreadsheets (flat-file database): for design analysis, 49:8, 64:52; limitations vs. relational database/production tracking, 50:59; software/weight estimating, 42:26; for speed prediction, 59:56

computer software, temperature monitoring: epoxy laminates, 42:62

computer software, testing/data acquisition: Camille Data Acquisition system/styrene emissions, 40:17, 40:18; Sierra Touch and Test System (STATS) electronic diagnostic tool, 141:30

computer software, 3D modeling/graphics: vs 2D CAD, 66:90; CATIA software brands/Dassault Systemes, 113:10; MicroStation modeler, 66:90; photo-realistic still pictures/Luc Vernet/Vietnam, 113:10; SolidEge 2D drafting program, Origin, 66:90; SolidWorks, 66:90, 113:10; SolidWorks and AutoCad compatibility, 66:90, 68:5

Comtex Development Corp.: composites testing, 4:22

Concept Boat 2002: transportable boats contest, 75:14

concept designs: Blohm & Voss Shipyards (Hamburg, Germany) 364’ motoryacht, 145:12; Tony Castro Design (Southamton, England) 136’ flybridge ketch, 145:12; Ivan Erdevicki Naval Architecture & Yacht Design (Vancouver, BC) ER175 yacht, 145:12

Concordia Company, Inc.: Beetle Cat production, 23:32; bow redesign/Freedom 36/38, 45:86; yard boats/tugboat, 42:34

Concordia Systems: bottom prep/wastewater collection, 31:10, 31:16, 31:18

Concordia Yachts: post-curing epoxy, 14:45

concrete: canoes, 31:62; moorings, 31:4

condensation: in boat sheds, 35:15, 36:4; delamination of core bonds, 9:36; HyperVent Marine's air-circulation fabric, 72:10; shrink-wrapping caveats, 18:28; temperature fluctuations/shop practices, 33:46, 50:46

Condon, Bill: on chopper guns, 3:54

conductors. See wire/cable, marine, conductors

Conyplex (The Netherlands): laminating techniques/vacuum infusion, 108:18

Conner, John: outdoor model testing on Gentry Eagle, 78:22

Connor, Philip, author: “Wanted: Reasonable OSHA Guidelines for Limited Spray-Painting,” 80:96

Connolly, Desmond: on keel attachment/fasteners, 40:4; on real vs. personal property, 51:6

Consolidated Yacht Corporation: builder profile, 47:34; Egret flats skiff, 47:40, 120:62; Extender fairing system, 27:70; Norship Composite Yachts, 120:62; sportfisherman/DuFLEX panels, 59:10, 63:162

consultant, marine, profession of: qualifications/ethics/conflicts of interest, 59:89. See also Game, E. Charles (Charlie); International Marine Consulting Associates (IMCA); Pike, Dag, Associates

Container Yachts (Rhode Island): boat-in-a-box/Robert H. Perry motorsailer, 105:12

Contract Facile Technologies, Inc.: Facilon tent fabric, 21:12

contracts. See builder’s contracts/estimates/bidding; merchant’s contracts

Control Products, Inc.: waterproof switch, 5:58

control station: design/layout, 48:66, 48:79, 80:12, 141:62, 142:3; HelmView LCD customizable display, 112:10; SIMRAD’s electrostatic paper mock-ups for instrument display placement, 80:12. See also cockpit; dashboards; instruments/instrument panel; navigation instruments/systems; navigation station; seats/seating; wheelhouse

conversion kit: for LED lights (StarChip), 87:80

Conveyor and Drive Equipment Co.: Material Mixer, 21:60

Cook Composites and Polymers Company: AquaClean emulsifier/cleaner, 33:20; AquaWash resin emulsifier, 33:20; Armorcote IMC (In-Mold Coating) gelcoat, 13:70, 45:76; DCPD low-profile resin, 45:76; education program/Closed Mold University, 124:12; Free-Flo water-blown (CFC-free) foam system, 24:62; on gelcoat thickness, 23:4; on gelcoat weathering, 15:49; on internal mold-release agents, 13:11; Polycor Polyester Products Applications Manual (“The Cook Book”), 10:52, 20:8; solvent cleaners/epoxy, 42:62; ThermaClean machine, 33:26; ThermaClean water-based cleaners, 31:68, 33:20; water-based cleaners/disposal guides, 31:68, 33:20; Xycon/skincoat, 28:60; Zycon/urethane-modified polyester barrier coat, 49:59

Cook Paint and Varnish: Armorcote In-Mold Coating, 1:68

Cookie Too, sportfisherman: tuna tower, 76:80

Cookson Boats: mega catamaran/PlayStation, 58:13, 60:11, 63:10; profile/New Zealand builder, 55:58

cookstove, galley. See stoves, galley

Cool Corporation: Supercool refrigeration subassemblies, 7:64

coolant recovery bottles: in sea trial tests, 145:56

coolers, air. See air coolers

cooling systems: Gridcooler keel coolers, 2:70;intercooler, aftercooler, and reduction-gear coolers, 111:66; keel coolers for metal hulls/dual heat exchanger cooling, 111: 16; outdoor air-conditioning/Misters Unlimited, 89:8; R.W. Fernstrum & Co. keel coolers, 111:66; tank or shell keel cooling, 111:66; tubing for, 111:66; Walter Keel Cooler, 111:66

Cooper Power Tools: Brewer-Titchener latch kit (for lifting hook), 12:60; Gardner-Denver pneumatic chain hoist, 41:62; Pivex replaceable-bit pivot driver, 44:54

Co-Plas: on internal mold-release agents, 13:11

copper-based antifouling paints/coatings. See antifouling paints/coatings, copper-based (non-tributyltin)

copper/copper alloys: galvanic corrosion, 32:36, 32:39, 33:28, 52:18, 82:40, 105:96, 107:4

CopperClad: antifoulant, 2:12, 7:42, 7:48

Copper Coat: antifoulant, 1:68

Copperlok: antifouling coating, 8:4

copper sheathing, applications: adhesives with, 9:5; copper alloy (Mariner 706), 7:42, 7:48, 9:5, 23:4; copper/nickel foil, 7:42

cordless tools. See tools, power, hand-held

core bonding, materials/techniques: balsa core, 9:36, 33:46, 45:54, 45:68, 70:92, 71:38, 91:96, 94:48, 99:4, 120:18; bedding, 51:22, 51:29, 73:40; bond inspection/surveying/testing, 33:46, 45:76, 48:16, 82:104, 100:80; bondline venting/bleeder/flat-panel fabrication, 45:68, 94:48; co-curing/panel warping/flat-panel fabrication, 45:68; contour-cut cores vs. thermo-formed plain foam cores, 80:40, 94:48; cored bottom panels, 51:22, 51:24, 51:26, 51:29, 53:20, 55:5; core failures/performance, 82:103, 94:48; cored veneer epoxy construction system (COVE), 75:38; core failures/performance, 13:36, 25:18, 31:34, 34:5, 37:48, 43:96, 52:40, 56:5, 59:104, 70:92, 73:40, 100:80; gel times/temperature/Core Block Test, 33:46, 70:92; honeycomb cores, 22:8, 22:20, 36:78, 45:54, 45:62, 45:68, 58:13, 64:82, 91:154; with high-performance resins (vinyl ester and epoxy), 53:20, 104:42; with low-styrene/DCPD resins, 2:4, 2:67, 8:28, 45:68, 52:67, 55:5; sprayable lightweight core/polyester resin and hollow fibers, 108:16; with photo-curing resins, 19:8, 21:4, 22:8, 32:28; PVC foam cores, 9:36, 9:38, 9:42, 9:44, 9:47, 25:18, 31:34, 31:39, 33:46, 43:96, 45:54, 47:57; 48:8, 51:22, 51:26, 53:4, 54:5, 56:5, 58:36, 59:104, 64:22, 91:154;  outgassing, use of forensic testing, 87:62; room-temperature cure (RTC), 70:92, 94:48; tapered vs. square-cornered transitions, 110:86; temperature/hot weather, 33:46; workmanship/training, 59:104. See also balsa core (end-grain), in fiberglass cored/sandwich construction; composite flat-panel construction; delamination; fiberglass (FRP) construction, cored/sandwich; foam cores, PVC; honeycomb cores; laminating techniques; photo-curing resins; putties, bonding/bedding; putties, syntactic; vacuum-bagging, applications/techniques

Core-Bond syntactic foam bonding/bedding putty: applications/performance, 9:36, 9:44, 30:18, 31:34, 31:39, 33:46, 45:76; summer/winter grade, 33:46

Core-Cell linear polymer foam: vs. Airex, 35:58, 51:6, 51:22, 52:30, 53:4, 56:5; Bead & Cove Planking System/foam-cored one-offs, 35:58; for bow ramp in Advanced Composite Riverine Craft, 146:24; vs. cross-linked PVC foam core, 70:44; for cored bottoms, 51:22, 53:4; for full-length lifting strakes, 45:86; Sterling Atlantic 43 (SA43) hull, deck and house construction, 103:14, 138:48; structural core material, 52:30, 53:4, 133:46. See also foam core, SAN

Corecork, 120:4

Core outgassing: 87:62

cored laminates. See core bonding; fiberglass construction, cored/sandwich

cored panel penetration: repairs to, 97:130, 99:44

cored/sandwich construction. See composite flat-panel construction; fiberglass construction, cored/sandwich

Corel 45: one-design racer, 61:66

Coremat: print-through control, 7:50, 7:62; weight savings, 3:27

core materials: for bottom panels, 51:22, 51:24, 51:26, 51:29, 53:4, 54:62, 55:5, 56:5, 57:7, 70:92; brittle vs. ductile, 51:22, 53:4, 53:40, 55:5, 56:5, 59:104; for flat-panel construction, 45:54, 54:44, 54:62; linear vs. cross-linked, 51:22, 53:4, 54:44, 56:5, 70:44; precut laminate kits, 35:58; standardized testing/safety factors, 34:42; steel sandwich panels, 103:44; stiffness/strength/density/modulus/ loads/failure, 52:30, 53:4, 51:22, 55:5, 56:5, 58:36, 70:92; structural, 52:30, 53:4, 54:62, 56:5, 70:92. See also balsa core; foam cores, PVC; honeycomb cores; interior joinery/cabinetry; plywood, as core material; Spherecore SBC

CoRezyn: vinyl ester resin, 6:10

cork composite: Marinedeck 2000 decking, 41:62, 125:20

Corkery, Steve: on Bill Tripp’s boats, 109:6

Cornelius & Gump Woodworks: outsourcing/boat kits/Gold Coast Yachts, 37:16, 37:18

Cornell, Chris, author: “The Case for Handsome Lines,” 1:80; “Concerns about ‘The 10% Solution,’“ 12:2; “Custom Water Tanks Fill Niche,” 20:56; “A Dandy from the Dean,” 21:68; “Don’t Kill the Patient,” 13:2; “Flameless Catalytic Heaters,” 8:54; “Getting the Job Done Right,” 11:2; “Here Come the Heavyweights,” 18:54; “Hooded Respirator Provides Workable Alternative,” 1:68; “A Pair of Savvy Veterans/Strategies for the ‘90s,” 29:8; “Saltwater Options,” 7:3; “A Spray Gear Primer,” 26:54; “Truth in Advertising,” 9:2; “Used-Boat Strategy,” 10:2

Coronet, schooner yacht: restoration in see-through shed at International Yacht Restoration School, 101:24

Correct Craft: cruise control, 54:18

Correia, Lou: Viking builder profile, 46:16

Correll, Tom: on surveyors and boatyards, conflict of interest, 70:5

corrosion, galvanic: aluminum, 43:64, 45:54, 47:44, 53:31, 54:70, 59:5, 57:30, 60:5, 60:104, 105:96, 107:4, 130:66; aluminum engine valve cover and plated bolt corrosion, 123:6; aluminum lithium anti-corrosion coating, 67:13; aluminum mast, 34:72, 82:58; aluminum sail drive and sacrificial anode, 123:22; aluminum tanks, 52:18; bonding/cathodic systems, 8:44, 23:4, 30:38, 31:4, 32:36, 52:18, 54:70; with carbon fiber composites, 43:64, 45:54, 47:44, 53:31, 54:70, 57:30, 59:5, 60:5; corrosion inhibitor, 82:80; crevice, 15:23, 32:36, 38:20, 39:4, 40:4, 52:18, 54:70, 146:48; detector, 40:4; dissimilar-metal/early America’s Cup boats, 53:31; electrical potential, 32:36, 32:39, 82:80; galvanic series, 32:36, 32:39, 33:30, 54:70, 132:62; grounding wires/AC grounding circuit, 30:38, 32:36, 33:4, 65:38, 82:80, 105:96; 107:4; intergranular (weld decay), 52:18; keel fasteners, 38:20, 39:4; passive/active, 54:70; pitting, 15:23, 52:18, 54:70, 82:40, 130:66; prevention/resistance, 33:28, 123:22; prevention/resistance/fasteners (Tef-Gel), 60:104, 126:6; prevention/resistance/vinyl ester/tanks, 6:10, 52:67; references, 33:34, 53:12; shore power and, 32:36, 82:80, 105:96, 107:4, 123:22; and silver ion water treatment/corrosion investigation/Marine Survey Bureau, 130:66; stainless steel, 54:70, 60:104, 84:82; stress-corrosion cracking, 54:70; testing/multimeters, 36:78, 82:80; of through-hulls/sea valves, 8:42, 8:44, 32:36, 82:80; titanium corrosion and erosion resistance, 132:62; types/causes, 15:23, 32:36, 32:39, 33:28; weld decay, 32:41. See also corrosion, stray-current; blistering, carbon fiber/galvanic

corrosion, stray-current: aluminum foil experiment/Dick Troberg, 105:96; 107:4; bonding system protection for, 138:18; causes/prevention, 32:36, 33:28, 41:21, 65:38, 82:80; galvanic isolators and, 30:38, 31:4, 33:4, 41:21, 43:5

corrosion test meter: vs. galvanic isolator/capacitor, 31:4

Corsair Marine: builder profile/manufacturing system, 29:22; carbon fiber masts, 51:11; foiler 2200 center-console powercat, 86:14; flow coaters/Rule 1162 compliance, 25:58; methacrylate adhesives, 26:56; racing multihulls/F24s/F27s, 23:4; trimarans, 30:48; UV-PPG fabrication, 48:35; vacuum-bagging, 30:22

Corson Boat Company: profile, 38:36

Cote, Gene: on floating-frame construction/scantlings, 50:5

Cote, James: on bonding basics and wire brushing zinc anodes, 139:5; on cost considerations/standards/unsinkable boats, 141:4; on hybrid propulsion, 143:6

cotter pins: cotter pin puller, 101:12; Blue Wave’s Smart Pin, 104:22

Cottrell, Robert L.: on controlling fiberglass dust, 28:38

Cottrell, Robert L., author: “The Environmental Audit,” 20:40; “Profitable Compliance,” 21:18

counterfeits: counterfeit Faria gauges, 103:128; thwarting counterfeiters/defensive manufacturing, 103:134

countertops/surfaces: Avonite, 7:64, 34:28, 34:32; DecoLite, 8:54, 57:110; design mock-ups, 9:28; lightweight alternatives, 32:21, 34:28, 34:32; natural stone, 34:28, 34:32; simulated stone, 34:28, 34:32; technology/development of, 38:30; thermoplastic, 34:28, 34:32; upgrading, 32:15. See also composite panels/sheet material

coupling flange. See propeller shaft

Court, Ken: on racing yacht scantlings/floating-frame construction, 50:5

Courtauld’s Coatings/Courtauld’s Aerospace: nontoxic bottom paints, 31:10; report on blister causes/repairs, 16:42; urethane/silicone hybrid sealants, 28:27; Veridian 2000 foul-release system, 31:10. See also Interlux Yacht Coatings; Products Research & Chemical Corp.

Couto-Laine, Gonzo: on correcting roll instability/ventilating rudder clarity, 86:4

COVE system (COre-Veneer-Epoxy): for ultralight composite construction, 55:79

cover(guard: flame-retardant protection system, 64:11

Covey Island Boatworks: Westernman 51, 56:10, 57:13, 63:86, 100:24; J-class racing sloop Ranger replication, 67:13; Maggie B wood epoxy schooner, 100:36; Sparkman & Stephens AeroRigged cruising sloop Barbara Ann, 67:13, 100:36; and Nova Scotia Boatbuilders Association apprenticeship program, 100:24

cowl ventilators: reduction of/Katrinka refit/Brooklin Boatyard, 138:48

Cox, Robert O.: on dealerships, 11:5

Cox, Thomas M.: on CAD/CAM technology, 8:4

Cox North America/PC Cox: Solo clamp, 33:75; Solo 100 C-clamp, 24:62

Coyle, Jay, author: “True Yacht Designers Wear Many Hats,” 9:64

CPI Plastics Group Ltd.: Extrudawood plastic wood, 56:10

Crab Products Ltd.: Crab Clamp, 41:62

cradles: for moving/storing boats, 50:38; rolling/folding, 54:18; three-hoisted cradle with two axles/Poncin Yacht Group, 115:142; triple support (conformal) cradle, 106:80

Craig, Jay: on core repair, 112:4

Craigie, Larry: on CFA styrene emissions study, 40:17

Cramer, Carl, author: “Craft vs. Commodity,” 81:168; “Rovings,” 50:11; “Soft Data in a Depressed Market,” 7:72; “Twenty Years On,” 121:120; “We’re All in This Together,” 60:136; “You Can’t Buy Editorial Ink,” 39:112

Cramer, Margie: on advertising agencies, 6:42

Crandon, Alan T., author:  “In Search of Remediation for a Rip-Off,” 93:112

Crane, Frank: builder profile/Consolidated, 47:34

Crane, John, Co.: shaft face seals, 32:4

Crane Materials International: TimberGuard UV-resistant polymer encapsulation for dock pilings, 109:17; GatorDock/aluminum piers/gangplanks, 109:17; ShoreGuard/composite and aluminum seawalls, 109:17

Crane, Stephen: on DCPD laminate repairs, 52:67; on fiber-to-resin ratios, 59:30; on standardized lab testing, 50:46; on switching to thermoplastics, 10:34; three-point load deflection tests on laminates materials, 114:52

Crane, Stephen, author: “Early Glass,” 38:30

cranes. See boat lifts/hoists

Crawford, Roger: on Rule 1162 development, 26:34

Crealock, William: Pacific Seacraft designs, 10:20, 10:31, 59:21; obit, 124:12

Creative Extruded Products: non-metallic trim stabilizers, 35:58

Creative Systems: General Hydrostatics System hydrostatics software, 17:58

Crestliner, Inc.: welded aluminum boats, 4:42

Crestomer 1152 PA: resin, paste, adhesives brand name, 67:5

Crete, Dan, author: “A Mechanic’s Warnings,” 102:26; “It’s Running Now?” 115:136; “Lessons from Ethanol’s Freshman Year,” 107:46

crew-friendly yachts, 115:88

Crichetto brake, clutch, and torque limiter coupling, 113:10

crimping tools, 143:22, 147:6

Cripps, David: Composite Materials Handbook, 61:116; profile/carbon fiber composites, 58:36; on low-temp pre-preg construction, 64:82

Cristos, José: on displaying hull identification numbers, 61:5

Croatia: Vladimer Nazor passenger ship conversion to yacht Seagull I, 100:4

Crocker, S.S.: yard tugboat, 42:34

Crocker, Sturgis: yard tugboat, 42:34

Crosslink 3: roto-molding technology (Old Town Canoe), 10:34, 11:20

cross-linking: of adhesives/primary vs. secondary bonding, 13:67, 19:44, 39:27, 42:5, 70:44; in blister repairs, 17:11, 70:44; catalyst ratios and, 1:6, 2:6, 33:46, 70:44; conventional resins vs. photo-initiated resins, 18:8; DCPD (low-styrene) resins, 8:28

Crouch, George: Crouch’s formula/estimating speed, 51:6, 53:4, 54:96, 126:38

Crowley, Michael, author: “Putty-Delivery Systems,” 27:70; “The Rotoswitch,” 27:70

Cruisair: M2 closed-loop air-conditioning system, 32:52

Cruisers Yachts (Wisconsin): profile of, 114:68

Cruising Club of America (CCA) rule: 61:77

Cruising Design Inc.: feathering propeller, 13:70

Cruising Equipment Company: DC systems supplier, 19:50, 19:55

Cruistar: CAD/CAM applications, 7:18; design mock-ups, 9:28

Crusader Engines: 350XL gas inboard, 22:56

Crystaliner boats: Challenger Marine/Don Mucklow, 105:4

C. Tremblay & Associates: PC-SHCP, 17:58

Culler, Pete: on designing yard tug, 42:37; tug-ette yard tug, 42:34

cumene hydroperoxide: hot-weather catalyst, 33:57, 44:30; Tigonox 239A, 44:30

Cummins MerCruiser Diesel (CMD): MotoTron/SmallCraft networked communications system for electronic engine control, 106:42; Skyhook Electronic Anchor, 106:42

Cummins Engine Company, Inc.: Flight Saver System (FSS) monitoring system, 14:34; Zeus drive system vs. Inboard Performance System (IPS),106:42

Cuneo, Joseph: on P.E. (Professional Engineer) licensure, 73:5

curing. See cross-linking; post-curing; resins, curing/exotherm cycle

Curnow, Gene: on gelcoat application/troubleshooting, 11:42

Current Designs: kayaks/We-no-nah, 49:36

Currie, Sackville: on lithium-ion batteries and characteristics of the wet-cell nickel cadmium batteries, 121:9

Currier, Rich: on Coast Guard’s experimental “rubber band” mooring, 113:4

curtains: modernizing interiors, 32:15; Shapco self-pleating system, 32:15

Cusanelli, Dominic, author: “Stern Flaps,” 70:81

cushions. See upholstery/cushions

Custom Composite Technologies (Maine): profile of, 103:54

custom/semi-custom/one-off construction: 1990s retrospective, 60:27; accessories/hardware/ancillary equipment, 14:26, 14:32, 64:11; advanced-composites racing catamaran/Cogito, 39:30; Aluminewman (aluminum custom cockpit), 17:19; aluminum vs. FRP, 53:20; batteries/DC system, 18:44; boulevardier’s boat, 64:11; builder’s contracts/recordkeeping/change orders, 12:40, 12:72, 37:60, 37:61, 40:24, 40:36; Cerny Island Trail 22 design, 135:36; change orders/controlling weight/stability, 42:26, 44:5; composite flat panels/limitations, 45:54; controlling print-through, 34:18; custom boat lines, 2:4; design mock-ups/interiors, 9:28, 40:42, 97:108; DuraKore (balsa-core) one-offs, 1:20, 2:12, 15:34, 34:18, 34:21; in economic downturn, 12:50; estimates/bidding/profit margin, 12:10, 21:4, 28:72, 32:64, 40:24, 44:30, 48:50; importance of customizing, 46:16, 97:108; industry profile, 44:3; look-alike, perform-alike syndrome, 17:8; market trends/economic strategies, 12:4, 29:8, 54:43, 55:58; New Zealand/freelance boatbuilders, 54:43, 55:5, 55:58, 55:61; one-off foam-cored composite hulls, 10:42, 32:18, 35:58, 52:30, 53:20, 54:43, 54:44, 55:5, 55:58; one-off metal hulls, 38:38; one-off resin-infused hulls, 44:30, 44:35; overhead, 54:43, 55:58; vs. production boats, 2:60, 54:43, 55:58; profit margin, 54:43, 55:58; resale value, 46:16; SCRIMP applications, 31:42, 44:30, 53:20; secondary bonding, 19:44; tooling/one-off composite construction, 2:4, 2:42, 2:60, 3:5, 10:42, 32:18, 44:35, 47:34, 55:58; welded aluminum, 21:26, 53:28; wood sportfishermen/Rybovich, 25:42, 25:49. See also boatshops, small; megayachts; production boatbuilding; tooling, for custom/one-off boats

Custom Steel Boats: building of Moloka’i Strait MS75 Hercules vessel, 114:20; murder of Richard and Rosa Flowers, owners, 82:8

customer support, 147:80

Cuthbertson & Cassein: employees and friends reunion, 138:6; Red Jacket, racing sailboat/balsa-cored hull, 115:100; Novis Marine, 115:100. See also C & C Yachts.

Cuthbertson, George: founding of C&C Yachts, 92:48; scimitar-shaped rudder, 142:8

Cuthrell, J.H., Co.: pre-engineered steel buildings, 17:34, 26:18

Cutler, James W., Jr. (Jim): on battery cables/connections, 22:4; removing broken screws, 24:58; on wiring specifications/selection, 36:4

Cutless bearing: tool for removing, 48:86

Cutting Edge, Inc.: automated cutting machinery, 21:60

cutting tools: Dormer Tools/Elect S high-temp drill bits, 131:12; self-cleaning holesaw/transom drill/carbide-tipped 3-wing drill, 105:12

Cuyuna Engine Company: personal watercraft engine, 5:26

C.W. Paine. See Paine, C.W. (Chuck)

cyanoacrylate adhesives: description/applications, 41:44

Cyclone Power: external-combustion steam engine, 134:6