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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-30-2008 03:27 PM
camaraderie Well known problem with any dark painted hull. Technical term is "fender rash". NOT a boat BRAND issue...a paint issue.
09-30-2008 01:03 PM
Stillraining
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Originally Posted by Lancey View Post
Uh yea! I have had blue boats before and I really do know how to look after them! I was just enquiring if anyone had a similar problem with this particular model.
How was he supos to know that...you asked for help.. you will get help and advice..calm down with the attitude dude.
09-30-2008 12:22 PM
Lancey
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Boy, that;'s a lousy situation. Do you leave your boat in a slip? If so you should have cloth boots on your fenders to limit abrasions on the hull. If you don't, I'm not too sure this situation qualifies as a Jeanneau problem.
Uh yea! I have had blue boats before and I really do know how to look after them! I was just enquiring if anyone had a similar problem with this particular model.
09-30-2008 12:16 PM
Lancey
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Originally Posted by CGMojo View Post
Was the hull gel coat molded in blue from the factory or was a white hull painted blue?
The hull was painted at the factory.
09-30-2008 11:42 AM
sailingfool Boy, that;'s a lousy situation. Do you leave your boat in a slip? If so you should have cloth boots on your fenders to limit abrasions on the hull. If you don't, I'm not too sure this situation qualifies as a Jeanneau problem.
09-30-2008 11:41 AM
CGMojo
Gel Coat?

Was the hull gel coat molded in blue from the factory or was a white hull painted blue?
09-30-2008 11:29 AM
Lancey
Jeanneau blue paint problems

Has anyone had any blue hull paint problems?
I have a Jeanneau 49DS new 2006 with a blue hull. But the paint has 'fender' rubbed off within 18 months!

 
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