Originally Posted by SVJOCO
Why not call Hallberg Rassy
? One of the advantages of a boatbuilder
still in business (and there are few enough of them) is you can ask questions like this.
We get parts
from the maker of our 25 year old boat all the time.
Wood is used to form stringers in a lot of boats. It is easy to machine to complex shapes and is reasonably light in weight. The wood is not structural. The fiberglass
laid over it is the part that carries the load.
It's hard to see in the picture, but I suspect that's what you have here.