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Old 10-16-2013, 02:03 PM
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Gelcoat Blisters - now what

Well this is certainly not how I planned to end the boating season. Took the boat out on Saturday to winterize then while cleaning the hull noticed what appear to be blisters in the gelcoat. They are sporadic across the entire hull under the water line predominantly on driver side, but I also noticed some on the passenger side. On top of that, the prop was sent in to get refurbished and I noticed the prop shaft is in need of an alignment.

Anyone had to deal with gelcoat blisters? Any ideas on costs to get this fixed? I sent these photos in to a couple of repair shops now just waiting to hear back.
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