My employer is in the process of buying
a boat. the survey
however has revealed that the outer and innner laminates have a very high moisture content. there is no signs of blistering though. is there nothing more one can do than removing the entire gelcoat
and allowing the boat to stand for several months to dry out? how long should it stand? is there no form of heating
that could be used to dry the laminates out quicker? an even greater concern is that hull
, which is a composite hull
, appears to have moisture inside the foam core
- can anyone offer some light on the seriousness of this. As far as I know it is extremely serious, and there's very little one can do.