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Old     (larry1167)      Join Date: Jun 2010       03-05-2012, 5:40 PM Reply   
I am debating on whether to drive 3 hours to take a look at a boat with a blistered bottom. See link. Owner has disclosed this fact. This boat was kept in the water during the summers and appears to have caused the blisters. I spoke to a fiberglass specialist that looked at this boat and he said the size of the blisters are small but most of the bottom has them. He said they may go away in 5-7 years if I don't keep the boat in the water all summer long.

I was pretty fired up on this boat but now I am not. I keep my boat in my garage so this blister thing is new to me. What do you guys think? Would you buy a boat with blisters? Boat is on consignment at a boat shop. I am kind of surprised that this happened to a boat so new but again I don't know much about storing boats in the water.

http://sacramento.craigslist.org/boa/2867307117.html

 
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