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Old 03-05-2010
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I am in Rock Creek. We use Micron Extra Ablative, 2 coats, extra on leading edge surfaces on the keel and rudder. Last two years with a diver going down once each year. Dont forget to get an antifowling for the prop also.
Call Oak Harbor for their latest prices. (not affiliated with them)

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