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Unless there was a really serious problem with mold or something else, like the boat being sunk... there should be very little reason to do this... If the boat was sunk or had that serious a mold/mildew problem, it's probably got a lot of other issues that are more than cosmetic.
 

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I'd also recommend you read the Boat Inspection Trip Tips thread I started, as it will help you determine whether the boat is worth going further with or walking away from.
 
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