From the September 2017 issue of Our State Magazine:

In Beaufort, Jarrett Bay Boatworks draws on centuries of history and heritage to hand-build sleek sportfishing yachts. Jarrett Bay employees — many of whom grew up watching their fathers and grandfathers fish on boats they built themselves — construct hulls using a time-honored technique called cold-molding, which involves laminating together thin planks of wood. At this stage, the work is hot in the summer, cold in the winter, and permeated by the smell of sawdust — much like it would have been for generations past.

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