1975
Eric Goetz Custom Sailboats
Paine Monomaran

The Paine Monomaran a 28 ft cold molded wooden boat, designed by Art Paine.

1976
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Boats Built

Skyhook, 32′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Scott Kaufman

Country Woman, 34′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Peter Norlin

Woodwind, 30′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Eve Marie Tanton

1977
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Anduril

Anduril, 44′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Doug Peterson

Boats Built

Daedalus, 30′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Bruce Kirby

Chocolate Chips, 33′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Graham/ Schlageter

Goodwood, 33′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Bruce Kirby

1978
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Woodpecker

Woodpecker, 37′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Doug Peterson

Rogues Roost

Rogues Roost, 35′ cold molded wooden boat designed by and built for Bill Cook. New York Times

Boats Built

Discovery I, 33′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Graham/ Schlageter

Carole Ann, 37′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Graham/ Schlageter

Hot Flash, 39′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Gary Mull

Vineta, 38′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Britton Chance

1979
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Boats Built

Warrior, 48′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Britton Chance

Ranger 33′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Gary Mull

Freedom 25′ cold molded wooden boat designed by and built for Gary Hoyt

1980
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Red Herring

Red Herring, 55′ cold molded wooden boat with canting keel, designed by David Hubbard

Runaway

Runaway, 40′ cold molded wooden boat designed by and built for Bruce Kirby

Thunderbird

Thunderbird, 34′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Bill Cook

 

Boats Built

Wildwood, 38′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Doug Peterson

Fast Half, 33′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Graham/ Schlageter

1981
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Stuart Little

Stuart Little, 58′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Britton Chance

New Wave

New Wave, 40′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Bill Tripp

Boats Built

Wildflower, 40′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Britton Chance

1982
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Celebration

Celebration, 40′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Bill Cook

Thunderbolt

Thunderbolt, 41′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Nelson/Marek

Boats Built

Freedom 21 cold molded wooden boat designed by and built for Gary Hoyt

Lindy, 38′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Doug Peterson

1983
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Jubilation: Carbon Fiber Construction Introduced

Jubilation, 50′ composite boat designed by German Frers and was the first to introduce extensive use of carbon fiber for weight reduction and increased strength

Boats Built

Golden Eagle, 52′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Sparkman & Stephens

1984
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Aquila

Aquila, 68′ cold molded wooden boat designed by Maclear/ Harris

Boats Built

High Roler, 43′ composite boat designed by Nelson Marek

1985
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Whisper VII

Whisper, 57′ composite boat designed by Hunt Associates

Dart

Dart, 12′ cold molded boat designed and built for Gary Hoyt

Boats Built

Delta, 27′ cold molded wooden boat desigend by and built for Gary Hoyt

America’s Cup Model #1 cold molded wood designed by Nelson/ Marek

America’s Cup Model #2 cold molded wood designed by Frers

Persephone, 42′ composite boat designed by Reichel/ Pugh

Buckaroo, 38′ composite boat designed by German Frers.

1986
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Boats Built

America’s Cup Model #3 cold molded wood designed by Vallicelli

America’s Cup Model #4 cold molded wood designed by Farr

America’s Cup Model #5 cold molded wood generic design

America’s Cup Model #6 cold molded wood designed by Vaton

Tempest/Golden Delicious, 33′ (6M) cold molded wooden boat designed by Sparkman & Stephens

Insatiable/Bandido, 45′ composite boat designed by Nelson/Marek; Leading Edge, 50′ composite boat designed by Bernard Nivelt

1987
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Popeye's

Popeye’s, 50′ composite racing powerboat designed by Peter Birkett and built for Al Copeland. Featured in the New York Times.

Boats Built

Jet, 38′ composite power boat designed by Hunt Associates

America’s Cup Model #7 fiberglass and wood designed by German Frers

America’s Cup Model #8 fiberglass and wood designed by German Frers

America’s Cup Model #9 fiberglass and wood designed by Bill Cook

America’s Cup Model #10 fiberglass and wood by German Frers

America’s Cup Model #11 fiberglass and wood designed by Bill Cook

1988
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The Card: Whitbread Around the World Race

The Card, 80′ composite boat designed by Bruce Farr to compete in the Whitbread Around the World Race

1989
Eric Goetz Custom Sailboats
Emeraude

Emeraude, 82′ composite boat designed by German Frers

Boats Built

Insatiable, 50′ composite boat designed by Bruce Nelson

1990
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Matador 2

Matador 2, 84′ composite boat designed by Bill Cook, Buddy Duncan, and Penn Edmonds

Boats Built:

Capricorno/ Corum Saphir, 50′ composite boat designed by Philippe Briand

1991
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Katie G.

Katie G, 40′ composite boat designed by Rodger Martin, was Eric Goetz’s personal boat. Named after his daughter, Katie G was designed to be sailed short handed and went through several modifications over the 19 years that Goetz owned her. The plumb bow and tiller were elements that were reminiscent of Goetz days sailing thistles and dinghies.

Stars and Stripes

Stars and Stripes, 80′ prepreg carbon boat designed by David Pedrick and built for the 1992 America’s Cup. The first prepreg boat and first complete America’s Cup build for Goetz.

Boats Built

Defiant, 80′ prepreg carb boat designed by MIT and Committee for America 3 Foundation

1992
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America 3

America 3, 80′ prepreg carbon boat designed by MIT and Committee for America 3 Foundation. 1992 America’s Cup Defender.

Quadrille

Quadrille, 43′ composite boat designed by Rodger Martin

Boats Built:

Kanza, 80′ prepreg carbon boat designed by MIT and Committee for America 3 Foundation

1993
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Route 66

Route 66, 68′ composite boat designed by Bergstrom/Ridder. Route 66

Boats Built

Falcon, 50′ composite boat designed by Bill Tripp

1994
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Young America

Young America, 80′ prepreg carbon boat designed by Bruce Nelson and built for the America’s Cup PACT 95 Syndicate. Painted by Roy Lichtenstein, she was truly a piece of art.  Full length documentary

High Noon

High Noon, 40′ composite boat designed by Bill Tripp

Boats Built:

Idler, 45′ composite boat designed by Nelson Yacht Design

Krisujen, 72′ composite boat designed by Alden Yachts

IMS Maxi 24′ prepreg carbon model designed by Doland

Stars and Stripes, 80′ prepreg carbon boat designed by David Pedrick for the America’s Cup Team Dennis Conner

PACT 95 28′ composite model designed by Bruce Nelson

1995
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Mighty Mary

Mighty Mary, 80′ prepreg carbon boat designed by MIT and Committee for the America 3 Foundation Syndicate. She was sailed by the all women’s America’s Cup team and to this day is displayed on land at the Herreshoff Marine Museum and America’s Cup Hall of Fame in Bristol, RI.

More War Stories

More War Stories, 40′ composite boat designed by Bill Tripp

Esmerelda

Esmerelda, 40′ composite boat designed by Bruce Farr

1996
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Boomerang

Boomerang,80′ composite boat designed by German Frers

Sleighride

Sleighride, 77′ composite Sparkmen & Stephens designed boat

Numbers

Numbers, 50′ composite boat designed by Jim Taylor and Dirk Kramers

1997
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Boats Built

America’s Challenge, 65′ composite boat designed by Alan Andrews. One of two Goetz built Whitbread Around the World Race boats for this edition of the race.

Chessie Challenge, 65′ composite boat designed by Bruce Farr for the Whitbread Around the World Race.

Noon, 50′ composite boat designed by Bruce Farr and later renamed Breeze

1998
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Sceptre'd Isle

Sceptre’d Isle, 63′ composite boat designed by Alden Yachts

The Ark

Custom 165′ architectural structure made for the American Yazaki Corporation. Epoxyworks Article.

 

Sforzando

Sforzando, 44′ composite boat designed by Jim Taylor

Boats Built
Three 28′ America One Models designed by Bruce Nelson

Idler, 50′ composite boat designed by Bruce Nelson

1999
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Pyewacket

Pyewacket, 80′ composite boat designed by Jim Pugh for Roy E. Disney

Krazy K-yote II

Krazy K-yote II, 50′ composite boat design by Juan Kouyoumdjian and featured a winged mast.

Boats Built

Fayerweather, 60′ composite powerboat designed by Penn Edmonds

Esmeralda II, 50′ composite boat designed by Farr

Starlight, 101′ composite powerboat designed by Hunt Associates

Young America US 53 & Young America US 58, both 80′ composite boats designed by Farr for the America’s Cup

Cayuse, 40′ composite boat designed by McPherson, Baker, Kramers

2000
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2001
Eric Goetz Custom Sailboats
Pegasus 55

Pegasus 55, 55′ composite racer cruiser designed by Philippe Kahn. Photo Credit: Billy Black

TYCO

TYCO, 60’composite boat built to compete in the 2001/2001 Volvo Ocean Race

Yassou

Yassou, 52′ composite boat designed by Nelson/ Marek and the first of 10 TP52’s built by Goetz.

2002
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Boats Built:

Makanaki VI, 52′ composite boat designed by Doncel

Hodgdon Dinghy, 14′ composite dinghy designed by Hodgdon

2003
Eric Goetz Custom Sailboats
Orlanda

Orlanda, 53′ composite boat designed by Farr

2004
Eric Goetz Custom Sailboats
Atlanta II

Atlanta II, 70′ composite boat designed by Farr

Staircase

Staircase designed by Toshiko Mori, as an addition to the Paul Rudolph-designed house near Sarasota, Florida. Image © Paul Warchol

Boats Built:

Esmeralda, Bright Star, Sjambok, 52′ composite boats designed by Farr Design

2005
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Formidable

Formidable, 56′ composite boat designed by Lutra

Boats Built

Atlanti & Pegasus, 52′ composite boats designed by Bruce Farr

2006
Eric Goetz Custom Sailboats
Boats Built:

Platoon & Stay Calm, 52′ composite boats designed by Bruce Farr

2007
Eric Goetz Custom Sailboats
Numbers

Numbers, 66′ composite boat designed by Judel/ Vrolijk

InnoVation

InnoVation “V38”, a 38′ A Scow designed by Brad Robinson Victory By Design

Boats Built:

Bounder, 55′ composite boat designed by Juan Kouyoumdjian

CAM, 52′ composite boat designed by Botin & Carkeek

Morris 57′ composite boat designed by Ted Fontaine

2008
Eric Goetz Custom Sailboats
Limo Tender

Limo Tender, a composite tender designed by Weaver-Price and built to be launched from it’s mother ship.

Il Mostro

Il Mostro “PUMA.” 70′ composite boat designed by Botin Partners for the 2008/2009 Volvo Ocean Race

Platoon

Platoon, 52′ composite boat designed by Judel/ Vrolijk. The second Platoon and the last of 10 Goetz built TP52’s.

2009
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Highland Fling

Highland Fling, 82′ composite boat desigend by Reichel Pugh

2010
Composite Energy Technologies
Composite Energy Technologies

Goetz Boats, establishes new corporate name Composite Energy Technologies, Inc. DBA Goetz Composites

Piranha

Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) Piranha, 54′ Arovex composite vessel, was developed by Zyvex Marine and has substantial weight savings at an increased strength of 20-50% over traditional materials. Zyvex Tech Piranha Video

2011
Composite Energy Technologies
Staten Island Children's Museum

The Meadow Structure at the Staten Island Children’s Museum features a wind scoop and translucent rotating drum that signals wind direction with a model of Young America.

2012
Composite Energy Technologies
Christmas Bulb

The Devon Energy Christmas Bulb was built for the company’s larger than life holiday display. This composite structure is put up annually during the holiday season at their headquarters in Oklahoma City, OK.

2013
Composite Energy Technologies
NYC DOT Art Display Cases

DOT Art collaborated with the Architecture Research Office and CET dba Goetz Composites to build
structures to host rotating temporary exhibitions presented in a gallery-like format, that are installed in sets of 4-10
within public plazas or on wide sidewalks. NYC DOT Temporary Art Program

The Granoff Sofa

The Granoff Sofa designed by Taylor McKenzie, is located in the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts at Brown University.

Additional Projects

Architectural

MGM Grande Praça Butterfly Exhibit in Macau

Show Action & Themed Attractions

CET dba Goetz Composites, expands the use of carbon fiber for the design and fabrication of show action equipment for themed attractions that can be seen and experienced at major parks around the world.

Marine

Tri-foiler custom composite boat designed and built in collaboration with SDK

 

2014
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Buckminster Fuller's Fly's Eye Dome

Unveiled during Art Basil in Miami, the replica of Buckminster Fuller’s Fly’s Eye Dome is now a permanent fixture in the Miami Design District. Additional engineering went into the replica to withstand the hurricane force winds and meet fire-retardant code compliance.

Land Buoy

The Land Buoy Pier 53 designed by Jody Pinto is located at the end of the Washington Avenue Pier on the Delaware River. The lighted blue beacon at the top of the 55′ structure was fabricated by CET dba Goetz Composites.

Unmanned Underwater Vehicle Work Begins

Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) collaboration with Stone Aerospace which included components for a sub ice cap UUV.

2015
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Show Action & Themed Attractions

37′ x 12′ doors built to 1/5 the projected weight if built with steel. The scope of work included: engineering, fabrication, actuation, control systems, installation supervision by CET dba Goetz Composites.

2016
Composite Energy Technologies
Foiling Electric Catamaran Trials

Research, development, and first round of sea trials on the foiling electric catamaran, known today as the “Red Foiling Boat,” completed in 2017.

2017
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Red Foiling Boat

The “Red Foiling Boat” (RFB) is a 36′ zero emissions foiling catamaran that travels at high speeds and long range with a payload capacity of 2,200 pounds. A multi-year project that was taken from concept to delivery, including design and propulsion, completely by CET dba Goetz Composites.

2018
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Saphira

Saphira, 70′ prepreg carbon catamaran designed by Chris White in collaboration with SDK. She has twin 100′ masts, one on each hull.

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (WHOI) collaboration on components for a 6,000m UUV.

2019
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Table: Alabaster Rock Sculpture

A custom carbon fiber table built to hold an Anish Kapoor alabaster sculpture weighing 1,300lbs

ISO 9001:2015

CET dba. Goetz Composites achieves Quality Systems Certification, ISO 9001:2015

2020
Composite Energy Technologies
Spire

As part of the newly minted Bishop Ranch City Center designed by Renzo Piano, Goetz Composites engineered and fabricated a 16 meter tall spire. The Engineering services incorporated a CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) study to insure the structure will endure the ongoing fatigue from Mother Nature. The spire was built of aerospace grade prepreg carbon fiber, using a specially formulated (and tested) resin system to accomodate California Building Codes.

Components for WHOI HOV, Alvin

CET provided flotation foam for the upgrade of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) Human Occupied Vehicle (HOV), Alvin.  

2021
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New Corporate Identity

Composite Energy Technologies (CET) brand evolution is revealed.

2022
Composite Energy Technologies