I'm on an Island in the Hauraki Gulf. There is a winch
that could take out my 10m. steel
BUT, the new Environmental Safety
Law means that no one can do *any* work without the appropriate "shed / protection".
The local yacht club is in the process of erecting.
Because Someone last week got out of the water
, promising not to do anything to "foul the environment", then promptly water
blasted 2 tonne gunk off, the club is refusing to take ANYONE out.
The bottom is relatively clean, only being in the water six week.
Yet, there is currently no anti fouling
on my bottom.
Also, bottom paint
has been rubbed away to the grey primer. No steel
My question, can I just leave her as is for a couple of months?
Would there be any longer term issues other than simply ' lot more to clean off when she does come out'?
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