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We recently bought a 1986 Macgregor Sailboat (22 feet). As I cleaned the old algae growth from the hull I noticed tiny little bubles on the hull. I poked a few of them with a chisel and no water came out. So I ruled out blisters, but what can it be? The boat is put away for the winter. Does anyone have any ideas what they might be?
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They are probably still blisters...just because they're dry on the inside doesn't mean they're not blisters.

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Thanks for the info.
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Were the blisters in the paint or in the hull laminate?

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