Auckland to Host Conference

Wednesday, February 08, 2006
The High Performance Yacht Design Conference will once again be held in Auckland, from February 14-16, 2006. The conference will look at new thinking and technical developments that are driving current changes in the field of yacht design. High Modulus, a Gold sponsor, will be hosting a dinner for all delegates on the final evening of the event. In addition, High Modulus will present two papers at the conference: Michael Eaglen will co-present a paper about the design process for the Wally 130 sailing yacht and Susan Lake will co-present a paper on designing composite structures for slamming loads.

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