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  1. sharpey

    Thanks for your reply


  2. fstbttms

    There's no reason you can't clean your own hull. It ain't rocket science. That being said, it ain't particularly easy either, especially when you don't have the tools of the trade and expertise that years of doing it provide. But do get certified and have a go. Don't hesitate to ask if you have questions. Take a look at the videos on my web site for some ideas about what's involved. Good luck.

    FastBottoms Hull Diving
  3. sharpey
    Hi there,

    Noob question here... Assuming I buy the gear, and get some scuba training, how reasonable would it be for me to expect to be able to clean my own hull (38ft fin keel)? I'm on a swinging mooring out in Singapore... in a busy shipping channel... Just weighing my options as I'd like to upgrade my skills to keep costs down.

    Any advice much appreciated.



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