I have used Devoe paints on the last couple boats I've either built or re-built. The last one was a 20' wooden tolman skiff. http://groups.msn.com/bricog/tolmanskiff.msnw?Page=1
This is a marine plywood/epoxy resin/fiberglas cloth layup, so for a primer I used Devoe Bar Rust 235, an all-purpose primer. For the topcoat I used Devran 229H acrylic epoxy gloss. Here's a link to a pdf of the product description: http://f5.grp.yahoofs.com/v1/cLkbQt5...evran20229.PDF
That's quite a link, so I doubt it will work. Anyways, 229H is an industrial paint used in tank farms etc. It goes on pretty thick, and I had a hard time trying to spray it with an hvlp sprayer without getting an orange-peel finish. I ended up rolling and tipping. It's a 9:1 ratio of paint to hardener, and unless you really thin it all down, it's very hard to do fine brushwork on accent lines, etc. The procedure is to apply paint, wait 5-7 hours for some drying, then apply the next coat. Unlike many other paints, there is no sanding between coats. Therefore, you get a decent workboat finish, but nothing like the mirror finish you can get with Interlux Interthane, for example. However, I'd rate it tougher to scratch than Interlux Brightsides which goes on very thin and scratches easily compared to 229H.
Several years ago, I used Devthane aliphatic urethane gloss on a boat, and I didn't think it was as tough as the 229H. It is also deadly to spray without the right breathing equipment.