You can hand this boat down through the generations as it's built tough. It proved too expensive to keep building with ACS technology.
The new Hunter Liberty Tender has the look of a traditional lapstrake built dinghies, but is molded in Hunter's ACS technology to be virtually indestructible. In addition to making a nice tender or workboat, the Liberty can serve as a safe sailboat for your children, as it's unsinkable. No worries about them running it into rocks or docks, as the ACS construction makes it five times more resistant to dings and damage than fiberglass.
ACP is the most modern production boat building method being used today. It starts on the outside with a tough outer shell that is both weather and scratch resistant. The outer layer is then backed up with a high density urethane foam to add stiffness and impact resistance. The entire structure is strengthened by a layer of knitted biaxial fiberglass bonded inside the foam.
The outer layer of ACP is a BASF plastic called LURAN-S. This plastic is specially formulated to provide a beautiful glossy finish that is very easy to maintain. Dirt and grime is easily removed without the use of harsh chemicals. The finish will never develop the crazing associated with gel-coat and since the color goes so deep into the outer layer, scratches can be sanded out and buffed back to nearly new finish. This makes most minor damage easy to repair without using special techniques, resins, or paints. Since you can do this quickly and easily yourself, you'll save money. But since the ACP structure is so much stronger than fiberglass, you're much less likely to have to repair it to begin with.
Aside from it's beautiful and durable finish, ACP construction provides yet another benefit. Safety. The foam backing that provides the structural rigidity, also makes the boat unsinkable. In the unlikely event an ACP boat is completely filled with water, it will still stay afloat. The material itself provides the positive flotation, eliminating the need for airbags or foam blocks inside the hull.