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Re: Fiberglass checks
Pasadena, be careful you don't just hear what you want to hear. Fallard didn't say that hull was fine, only that it might be. We both said we can't see blistering in those photographs. It may be there, if you think you saw it. I'd need to see a close up pic of what you believe is a blister.
I thought this was your boat, but take it you are shopping. Try not to buy a project boat, but redoing a bottom is not all that big a deal. Just factor the cost into the price. Not your cost, but the cost to have it done properly. Then, if you do it yourself, that's fine, but the value of the boat is based on commercial repair costs.
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In the harsh marine environment, something is always in need of repair. Margaritas fix everything.