Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Prince Rupert BC
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They were piled up on shore and workers with chainsaws started cutting them into pieces (if you want to see the saddest sight of all, that is it). Anyway, I noted the amount of effort that went into cutting these boats apart. Once the job was done, I went and inspected the cuts of fiberglass and the pieces. I can say one thing - across the cut fiberglass on these boats looked nice, green, dense and most certainly had shown no signs of weakness.
Wow Brak thats encouraging . As far as fixing blisters goes It would only be for saftey, I dont care about cosmetics under the water line, and I really not that concerned about resale ( It would be like selling your own child) I want to hold on to my Crown for while, and between you and me I didnt pay that much for her anyway.
Do you guys thimk the hull will just break apart one day if the blisters aren't fixed.. ?
A King needs a Crown