Originally Posted by sailorboy1
You only gave 1 example so far in the thread and that was a special case of an aluminum boat with mag anodes that had been in fresh water. So when you say "a couple of boats" and "clearly" just what do you mean?
I wander the yard in the Fall after boats have been hauled and have never seen any boats with signs of any over zinc problem.
Look more closely. If you do not believe it exists, what exactly were you looking for? That is the purpose of the thread.
in wooden boats can be very serious. One boat has loose through hulls with rot
around them and a local pH of 11.
Burn-back, as discussed.
That makes 3, concrete well proven categories. I said several. But I wondered if there were more. I did not want to lead the discussion, I wanted to see if there were things I did not understand.