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post #22 of Old 11-12-2012
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Re: Cleaning Hull in the water

Thanks. Those the usual suspects I've seen. It seems it would take $1500 with tax and/or shipping to get into a basic unit.

That's several years of paying someone else to do it. Its only incremental value is checking on zincs or the possible untangling of a prop. My marina does not permit divers, which I could otherwise have come during the week. Its a bit of a drag having to schedule the cleaning out in the bay and wait for it, when I have sailing to do. Although, it would be even longer to do myself, just more flexible.

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