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Hull Damage

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Re: Hull Damage

It looks like normal wear and tear to me. Sail on dude!
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Re: Hull Damage

What damage, is but a scratch.
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GREETINGS EARTHLINGS :- It is but a flesh wound.......GO SAFE
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Re: Hull Damage

Looks like no problem. Some touch up paint would be nice.
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Re: Hull Damage

If you're looking at purchasing the boat it's about 2 hours of repair work, but it's minor damage. Key point is never approch the dock faster than you're willing to hit the dock.
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Re: Hull Damage

Lol, looking to buy
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Re: Hull Damage

Minor stuff, 20 bucks for some MarineTex to fill in, some sanding - and then if you want to fix it 'permanently' get some stainless steel strips from anywhere and put a guard on the bow.
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Re: Hull Damage

I second Chuckels suggestion, Minor touch up as a nice metal striker plate to future possible inconsequential mishaps.

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Re: Hull Damage

Ya'll missed the fine print "To Open Cut Along Dotted Line"
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