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    Billinfla---,
    You might have an opinion.
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  • #2
    I think they forgot to roll in some resin around that area. Wonder what else they forgot?

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    • Parker Yacht
      Parker Yacht commented
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      Ya Think? And this is a -----, never mind.

    • Sans Peur
      Sans Peur commented
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      Is that one of my good customers who built it?

  • #3
    And then, the fight started.

    "Can we discuss this tomorrow or Monday. My Marina in Long Island thinks it can be done piecemeal to look good"
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    • #4
      Can't help with this. Sure looks like crappy layup. Serious dock rash.

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      • Parker Yacht
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        Truck rash. Or so they say.
        Dry as hell.

    • #5
      Serious question, did they not roll resin, and it firmed up before wetting out?
      If it is infact who I think it is, not enough quality workers among other things.

      BWP

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      • #6
        What boat brand is this and what is the approximate sales price?
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        • Parker Yacht
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          500k +/-.

        • LFBB
          LFBB commented
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          Nice to know they didn't screw some poor soul. Just some poor unsuspecting soul.

      • #7
        The "Marketing" is truly amazing.
        Who/what decides what "Top Tier" is?
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        • Jughed
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          Marketing & people buying into the hype - and it's not limited to boats.

          Sorta related - composite bike frames have the exact same issues. The marketing is pure genius - the bikes look shiny and fast on the outside, but the layup and tolerances are horrible - and the cost can be 5k+ just for a frame.

          Fancy cushions and gizmo's catch people's eye - where the real part of what makes a bote a bote, or a bike a bike, is hidden from view.

          People buy bling.

      • #8
        What did he run into? yellow steel I-beam in Biscayne National Park? And wow, the deck layup guy probably doesn't work there anymore. Even the hull layup looks like %rap.

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        • #9
          Originally posted by the other tom View Post
          What did he run into? yellow steel I-beam in Biscayne National Park? And wow, the deck layup guy probably doesn't work there anymore. Even the hull layup looks like %rap.
          Trucker bringing boat down from "Up North" said he was ""Sideswipped".
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          • #10
            I wonder how much of the hull sides and topside flexed in when he "brushed up" against that object. Any cracks away from the damage? Any interior issues?
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            • Parker Yacht
              Parker Yacht commented
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              Never got that far. But, she sure looks squishy. Iffin we get to grinding I will fill in the blanks.
              Prospective customer is trying to wrap his head around time and how he can have his bote before T-Day.
              Nope.

            • SIM
              SIM commented
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              What is this boating in late November you speak of? lol
              If the layup is overly dry, I wonder how far you need to sand/grind out to get to a good repair starting point?

          • #11
            Chopper gun?

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            • Parker Yacht
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              I guess so. No shit----??
              That surprises me.
              And infused.

          • #12
            From up North? Meaning SC?

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            • Parker Yacht
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              Bote was shipped from NY.
              It was made in the NE.

            • Tiretyme
              Tiretyme commented
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              Is it was one of those hinky kinda botes?
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