Come to think of it, I believe that the original Cherubini 44's were built with glass hulls, wood decks and cabin houses. I may be wrong, it wouldn't be the first time.
Many of the Vindo's were glass with a mahogany deck and cabin house.
For myself, having dealt with rot
in the deck, cabin house, and especially the cockpit
of our family's old wooden boat, there's no way I'd consider going back. There are plenty of glass boats with glass decks that still have enough wood to look classy.
This summer I saw an Alden 54 that had just come from a major refit
where the cabin trunk and cockpit
were sheathed with varnished teak. I don't believe there was any exposed fiberglass on deck. Looked to me like a gorgeous maintenance nightmare.