I have 2 boats currently. One extremely high performance cruising catamaran
and one solid as a rock Gulfstar
is the boat
I want to keep but I can't finish it up due to issues with chemical sensitivity to epoxy
. I'm also staring down the barrel of a $70,00 rig and sails
quote for the cat. Basically the value of the other boat
in the rig. It's never had a rig so it needs everything, all the way to the chainplates.
I can't finish up the small bits of epoxy work
myself and due to this booming (ready lousy in my opinion) economy, there is no one left to hire to do this work
. Nobody looking for a job and very few yards will even return my inquiries to work on the boat.
Question is, do I just keep paying slip fees
and push the catamaran forward in time to the next recession so I can get it done?
Also, does anyone know anyone who is good at doing glass work who wants a job?
I'm just completely stuck after having tried several times to do the glass work, them being knocked out by the epoxy for a couple days each time and sent to the hospital the other time.
I don't know where to turn for help.