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Hello, I've ordered a new 387, hull #136 that is scheduled to be loaded onto the truck this Friday or Monday and brought to her new home in Anacortes, WA. I'm told by the broker, the yard commissioning "Fortune Teller" plans to use a bottom paint called "Tropic Coat". Any thoughts on first bottom paint would be appreciated. YES WE"RE EXCITED !
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What yard are they going to paint it at?
What is the date of the arrival....that's so exciting.
Iv'e had three different paints over the years and never could tell which was better.Nothing really stoodout.
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Canal Ship Yard in Seattle. Commissioning by Ocean Marine Inc. paint by Pacific Fiberglass is what I'm being told by Admiralty Yacht Sales. If the boat gets on the trailer this Friday morning and gets out of Florida Fri, then it can travel all weekend. Apparently Florida restricts hauling. If it leaves Monday, I expect about 5 days travel and arrival in Seattle Friday 8-31, just in time to wait out the holiday. BUT my timing was good enough to beat a Catalina price increase so all is well. So no particular concerns on first bottom paint.
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