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|03-09-2010 09:53 AM|
|CandKDetailing||$12.00 foot plus paint in Baltimore including a light sanding to remove loose paint, barnacle heads and 2 coats if you supply enough paint.|
|03-05-2009 11:09 PM|
What boat do you have too? Would assume a Jeanneau (model?) since that is where this is posted, but then again...........
Are you kept in the water yr around? or are you on the hard in the winter. Because if you haul in the winter, make sure your paint will not go haywire out of the water in winter, or know that you have to repaint ea spring.
|03-05-2009 10:28 PM|
|tooobx||Just got quote for $2200 - includes haul and relaunch; prep and two coats of Trinidad ablative paint, with third coating at waterline; and inspect zincs and cutlass bearing. Welcome all comments, critics, etc.|
|03-05-2009 01:13 AM|
bottom paint cost...final
So, what did you end up paying and for what specifically? Information is invaluble.
|02-28-2009 09:16 PM|
|CaptainForce||I think the $1,500 Virginia quote would be similar in Maryland. I know that was about the rate I would have paid in Solomons. Aythya crew|
|02-28-2009 06:21 PM|
|mgmhead||Did you say you're in Annapoli$|
|02-28-2009 05:25 PM|
|FarCry||My marina charges $12/ft to haul and launch plus $10/ft to prep and paint the bottom. Primer if needed is an additional $4/ft. Paint and primer not included.|
|02-28-2009 04:50 PM|
My marina, last time I checked, was charging something like $10.00 per foot to sand lightly and one coat of paint. You supply the paint, they do the rest. This is not including the haul-out, pressure wash, block & tarp, which I think is about $6.00 per foot for non slip holders.
|02-28-2009 04:17 PM|
|tooobx||I'm in the Annapolis MD area. Do you know how prices here compare to the other areas you mentions? Thanks for your input.|
|02-28-2009 03:18 PM|
|CaptainForce||I just paid $2,354 for a haul out; pressure wash; two coats of trinidad 75; changed cutlass bearing and shaft zinc; buff and wax entire freeboard; cosmetic fill and touch up four dings; and the name painted on my transom. This was for my 41' Morgan at a competitively priced North Florida yard. My cost would have been near a thousand less if it was just for the pressure wash and paint. I was quoted $1,500 for the pressure wash with one coat at a Virginia yard. I used to get a price about 25% less in the Bahamas at Man-o-War Cay and I get quotes about 25% higher from New Jersey to Mass. and then lower again in Maine.|
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