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....Here is a better photo of the completed prop. They did paint it....
Do you know what they put on it, it does not look like bottom paint, which is a good start...
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looking REAL good!

It is a pleasure to watch this thread.

I'm a wee bit jealous! I've just had shoulder surgery and can't work on my boat for 4-6 weeks and the yard i'm at are terrible for keeping schedules...I've been asking them for a bottom job price since the end of last season and haven't even gotten a price yet!

I hope mine comes out looking as good as yours, i won't be doing the boot stripe though.

Nice Job!!! Happy sailing!
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sailingfool, Iam not sure what they put on it. I will ask on Monday.
It looks the same color up close but looked like a differnt texture or somthing?
Thanks, SloopDog but why not the boot stripe? Does it look like crap?

I had a crazy day on Saturday take a look at the Blog its a good read. I can tell you this I dont want to climb unless i have too. Thanks again for all the support.
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...Thanks, SloopDog but why not the boot stripe? Does it look like crap?
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Well the hull on mine was redone at some point. I have no idea with what but i'm thinking awlgrip. It has some orange peel and the boot stripe is a little messy. You have to be pretty close to see it. I simply don't want to spend the money on that right now. i still have a few other things to pay for. standing rigging and I'm having all the cushions, sails and canvass serviced.

I bet your boat looks amazing with the work you've had done!
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Here is a before and after photos. Iam not sureid the paint being like you said orange peal is bad? I will learn this stuff the hard way I guess. Anyway here are the photos I took of the bottom
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WOW!!

That is gorgeous!!

Yea i'm not too worried about the orange peel. I could wet sand polish and wax and make it look more than acceptable. My issue is my shoulder repair holding me back for the next couple of months...

Congratulations on the boat! How was the sail inventory and all that?
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Congratulations on the boat! How was the sail inventory and all that?
well, there are 7 all together i have a reefing storm jib, I have a red white and blue spin, There is a 155% and a 115% then there are a heavy main and a thin raceing main, all looks to be in good tripple stich. They are all hank on. But that o.k with me
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So, you're all set now? Ready to sail? How is the engine? That IS quite a score!

Here is a pic of my boat

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Sweet looking boat. They put something called Interprotect on the running gear? Some kind of paint.
hopre the sholder gets better soon.
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She is looking great. Hope to meet up with guys soon. We unwinterized this weekend and put our canvas on. I am working on rewiring the whole panel while Donna is taking two cushions home evry weekend to redo the whole fabric interior ( long term project).

Glad to see you are coming up to the Rondevous in June the more C&C's the merrier..
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