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- Vessel Info: 1997 Carver 405
- Location: Soddy Daisy TN.
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The Black Pearl
Soddy Daisy Tn.
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- Joined: November 17th, 2017, 8:02 pm
- Vessel Info: 2000 326 AFT Cabin
- Location: Georgian Bay
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- Joined: July 2nd, 2018, 10:13 pm
- Vessel Info: 1995 Carver Aft Cabin Motor Yacht... Hull #001
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We're in fresh water here and it's been effective for the last few boats. Very thick that's for sure. I bring it to a paint store and they rattle it up for me right before we apply it.
Also, finally in the water and was able to use the backup camera. Totally makes backing in 10x easier. I reversed the image so the port finger is on the port side of the monitor. Fingers come into range, line up and back right in. Barely even needed to turn around to look. Made docking a calm talking exercise instead of someone shouting up to the helm SIX FEET!!!! TWIST IT!!!! THREE FEET! WAIT TOO FAR!!! BACKKK!!!! NAILED IT!!!! haha
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