LoL, that's funny
. Everyone will laugh at you when you go in the water with it. Ha Ha LoL...
just ask me, I tried it. It works great but not without some preparation.
here's what you need.
1- scuba gear
or topside compressor
with reg and hose over the side.
2- 3500 psi min pressure washer, (mine has a 6.5hp Honda engine
3- wet suit, mask, a little weight to be neutral
4- a "hammock" to stretch under the boat. (Yes, a hammock, and attach a few 2 oz sinkers on it to keep it away from the boat hull
5- Someone topside to move the "hammock" as you clean from front to back or back to front...whatever.
6- about a gallon or two more gas, (it takes a long time despite what you think now)
Fire up that pressure washer, get your butt in the water, slide into the hammock, which is attached to each side of the vessel with snap hooks and line. The hammock will cradle
you and you can blast away easily. It takes a while to do it but if you don't let it get too bad, you can get rid of the 'fuzzy' stuff easily. Keep in mind, NEVER use the stream, always use at least a 15 degree fan nozzle on your wand.
Knock yourself out... it ain't easy. but it works. And they do laugh at you, before you start,, while you're doing it (thrashing around), and after you're done.
Just a warning... the water gets very ugly with all that debris floating around.
Be prepared to explain where it came from.