Hydro-core construction

Discussion in 'Hydrodyne® Boats' started by MDB1056, Jan 2, 2021.

  1. MDB1056

    MDB1056 New Hydrodyner

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    I'm trying to learn more about Hydrodyne's construction process for their tournament inboards that they started producing in 1991. Supposedly their construction process used something they called Hydro-core which added something to the lay-up process in the hull, adding strength. A process used in offshore racing boat hulls, but I can't find anything about it. Any help or guidance to other sources that might have history would be appreciated. As Hydrodyne made these boats for 5-6 years I'm expecting someone has information on how they were built. I actually have an old video promotion that includes factory footage that again talks about the process. Any help appreciated!
     
  2. jim

    jim Hydrodyne 18 Specialist

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    research end grain balsa core boat construction.
     

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