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  1. #51
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    Default Re: Prop coating

    down at the marina most of the yachts are out of the water now. Most obvious thing to see, barely any fouling on hull beyond mud staining, and no fouled props....

  2. #52
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    Default Re: Prop coating

    We know - when we raced - we dry sailed, no AF. Worked a treat.

    But the deal we had was that our costs were no different to someone with a marina berth, we simply paid a fixed rate per month. The yard dropped us in whenever requested and lifted as soon as we got back, or next day. I don't think we would get the service today (or not at those costs).

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    Default Re: Prop coating

    to be clear, the boats that are out of the water now live in the water the rest of the time.

  4. #54
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    Default Re: Prop coating

    There’s a good article in the excellent US magazine Practical Sailor here, on propeller antifouling.
    https://www.practical-sailor.com/iss...t_12173-1.html

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    Default Re: Prop coating

    Quote Originally Posted by BelleSerene View Post
    There’s a good article in the excellent US magazine Practical Sailor here, on propeller antifouling.
    https://www.practical-sailor.com/iss...t_12173-1.html
    thanks for the link, but I am not paying to read it

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