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|05-05-2008 10:58 PM|
|US27inKS||The bottom of your boat is the same color that mine was before I put on barrier coat. After repair of all the blisters, I coated the whole bottom with epoxy and it ended up the same yellowish color.|
|05-05-2008 07:44 PM|
Enjoy it, and fair winds.
Here a link for some upgrade information. This was also an inexpensive one.
"Chip Ahoy" Homeport and better yet "Chip Ahoy" - The cost for my own hole in the ocean
|05-05-2008 07:34 PM|
Yeah! Way to go! ...
I wish you and the better 1/2 all the very best and fair winds!
|05-05-2008 07:28 PM|
|PBzeer||Congratulations on the new boat. Hope you get to use as much as you wish, and enjoy it twice as much.|
|05-05-2008 07:14 PM|
Here she is... dirty, very dirty!
The 2nd and 3rd picture show the 'shellac' looking bottom paint.. The dark red bottom paint just washed right off, leaving this shellac looking stuff over what 'looks' to be the gel coat....
Thanks for all the encouraging words all they really help!
|05-05-2008 05:55 PM|
Have sailed with a friend's Catalina 22 and really enjoyed it... He made a really nice looking box to mount his camp stove that slid under into the quarter berth on the starboardside.
We knocked it down to where the spreader touched the water, but she came right back up. That heavy swing keel did the trick on that one.
|05-05-2008 05:37 PM|
|sailingdog||Congrats... need to post photos though.|
|05-05-2008 01:20 PM|
|sailaway21||Sounds like you might sail your's-I can't mock that.|
|05-05-2008 11:17 AM|
|T34C||Congrats on the new boat. Don't worry, CD- has the only Catalina really worth making fun of.|
|05-05-2008 11:16 AM|
|NOLAsailing||Did someone just roll on epoxy? Photos would be helpful.|
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