Given the season in Hawaii is year round... that's about right... three coats of an ablative would probably last two seasons for many people up here in New England, where the season is Six-months long.
Originally Posted by CellNav
I painted my C-27 with three coats of ablative (West Marine's primium) about a year ago. The paint is just about at the end of it's useful life. I do sail the boat every weekend here in Hawaii, but I'd hoped it would last longer. I'm not sure if this is the norn, but something to consider.
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