I'm goiing to look at a Sailing Catamaran
44' 2001 Model, it was floated for about 3h with 1/2 meter of Water
inside the hulls in 2003.
It was stranding (rock beach) in a Storm inside a harbor.
The boat was then taken out on the hard
and left there for 2 years, the current
owner both her then and replaced all the inside (engine / sail drives, wiring
, all wood work, pumps &&&), the hull
hat 4 holes so they toke down all the epxoy layers and rebuild
the underwater line completely.
All the work has bean done by an certified Boat builder
The vessel is back in to water
now since 1.5 years.
The boat looks in great shape (pictures), and basically it is all new, Engine
300h new elec. & electronics
I will finally have a professional survey
done on the vessel but before i use the 4500k$ (for Broker and Survey
& hauleout) i will go and have a look at it my self and would like to ask your opinion.
Any concerns about the underwater GFK being permanent affected by that, and how could i possibly see this?
Inside the vessel as well as out side and how about the inner layers of the GFK?
Any other concerns?