Here at Jaguar we designed and developed our build techniques in the proving grounds of high-intensity, off-shore racing. Our build is not a 2-piece or a 3-piece process: we create an integrated unibody design where every component of the boat contributes to its strength with loads being distributed and dissipated throughout the structure. Unibody construction is a key factor that makes a Jaguar boat so strong. At high speeds and in rough seas joints create weak spots and can lead to catastrophic failures. Therefore, you can rest assured that every inch of every Jaguar boat will be a part of the same fiberglass whole.
Jaguar boats are bonded with resin and fiberglass rather than adhesives for maximum structural integrity. Adhesive putty, under immense tension, is only so strong and over time the liners, stringers and decks can jar loose. Adhesive putty is also very heavy, therefore, when it comes to single unit construction we do not compromise: our hulls have no adhesive putty and instead we bond everything with fiberglass , Core-cell and Vinylester resin.
Our single unit design and proven layup schedules produce a product that is incredibly strong and light. Where others are adding layers to their layup to cope with the forces at higher speeds, we continue to use the best resins and the best build techniques so we can create faster, more efficient and longer lasting boats.