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  1. Hull strength may be fine with glass to deal with local hull pressure but narrow 60' hulls might need longitudinal strength and glass has a low modulus.
  2. I've got a reasonably well educated guess why there'd be glass in the outer skin. CE requirements have minimum skin thickness. There's enough carbon to do the carbon work. The glass is used to reach the minimum thickness because it's lighter. CE requirements need to be updated. Carbon has a lower specific gravity than fiberglass though. Aramid is lightest, then carbon, then glass.