Seajet 033 Shogun has been awarded the 'Premium Product' accolade in Yachting Monthly's latest major round-up of erodable anti foul products, as seen in the March issue (pages 82 to 86).
Seajet 033 Shogun has been awarded the ‘Premium Product’ accolade in Yachting Monthly’s latest major round-up of erodable anti foul products, as seen in the March issue (pages 82 to 86).
The twelve different anti-foul brands chosen for comparison were carefully applied last April as stripes on the hull of YM consultant editor, James Jermain’s Scanmar 33, Sweet Lucy, which he keeps on a swinging mooring in the River Tamar, Cornwall, UK. The yacht was hauled out after nine months and the results analysed.
033 Shogun was allocated five out of five stars for performance with the following comment: ” An easy product to apply with a good balance between thickness and flow. Good obliteration of sub-strate. An excellent all round performance spoiled by one or two barnacles on the after patch on the starboard side. Elsewhere there was no waterline fringe and most panels were almost clean of slime “.
Commenting on the result, Michael Hop, Seajet General Manager said: ” We always knew our products performed very well, but when an important magazine, such as Yachting Monthly, offers completely independent verification, then the consumer’s buying decision is made that much easier “.