It's been a real slog getting through this thread, and I've been hoping to find the answer to my problem, without starting a new thread- but no luck.
I am in Canada
, fresh water
. My boat had been in the water
since I bought her, summers and winters. I pulled her out this winter. I'm putting her back in in a few weeks, extremely cold temperatures have prevented me from maintenance
I know nothing about the paint
that is on her, but I suspect its standard bottom paint
used by cruisers in the region. I know 2 things- it's light blue and chocky. I want to put something on the bottom this year because she's out, but I'll be pulling her out again next December- so its experimental. I don't want to spend a lot of money
. What cheap
, easy non descriptive average performance paint
do I throw on the bottom so I can cruise
slowly and observe results so I can make a better informed decision next year?
It's unlikely I'll put 1000 miles on her before her next haul out
, or maybe close to 1000 miles.