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She's out! I'm too pooped to even power wash her tosh ( 10/25 )
Gary where you keep your boat? I may just take you up on some sailing in the spring! hey.. you coming to my club party on Nov 1st? I invited Jim and others from the area. 10 bucks is a pretty good deal for all kinds of food and liquidsThat's a sad photo, Denise. I will post a similar one next week, though.
See you in the spring,
Believe it or not, the prop, shaft, and strut WERE painted with zinc-based transducer paint. You may notice a gray hue to the picture of the prop.E. that pic of the shaft and prop are why I bottom paint them. maybe it's sacraligious but they don't get crusted as much. But that could be because it's in the River and it's only somewhat brackish
Bring your boat up into Narragansett Bay, and leave it on a mooring for a season... I believe that it is where life began.The absolute best antifouling paint I found for my bronze prop was transducer paint I bought at West Marine. Nothing attacked the prop for two years - nothing! I also sprayed my prop shaft with it as well and nothing was on the shaft after two years in the water.