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Old 07-12-2006, 05:35 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by Paugus Bay Resident
I agree with Nightwing. I had a boat blister (won't mention the manufacturer) and they redid the whole bottom, plus extended the warranty. If I recall, there were issues with certain types of resin used in the lay-up process.

Definitely worth checking.
I can't remember if my husband contacted the dealer at the time we noticed it. As I said, we haven't used the boat since then because we're now married to our house. And the boat is his toy.

I didn't mean to imply that it is normal for a hull to blister if left in the water...sorry if I did. But the fact that the boat is sitting in the water for an extended period of time allows osmosis to occur through the faulty resin.
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