The 42 Express is solid glass from 6" over the waterline to the keel, with foam coring in the decks and foam-filled stringers capped by 3⁄8"-thick aluminum plating. It has a huge aluminum bow rail, twin crash pumps, tool shelves built into the engine room, and hawse pipes and deck cleats so beefy you could use them to club a grander. If you're familiar with Henriques, you know its boats are strong and tough, and the proof is at the scales-this boat weighs 36,500-lbs. Compare that with 28,000-lbs for a Cabo 40, which is a foot wider and 10" longer than the Henriques. Or with an Albemarle 410, which hits 30,000 lbs. and is even larger than the Cabo.