{Stus-List} CnC-List Digest, Vol 21, Issue 32

Tom Anderson tom at nonpareilracing.com
Thu Oct 18 13:08:06 EDT 2007

Jake et al,

Some racers here are using a water based bottome paint called "E Paint" that 
comes in white.  They says it doesn't even need to be cleaned during the season 
by a diver.  After a few more years, if that is entirely true, I might even 
switch, but for now, I'll stick with VC Red.

Tom Anderson
C&C 32 Nonpareil
Marblehead, MA

Hauling 11/5:(

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Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2007 22:42:49 -0400
From: Br?dersen Jacob K Ctr ACC/A8II
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Subject: Re: {Stus-List} Last sail - now VC Offshore vs Micron CSC
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I like the performance of VC Offshore.  The color compliments the red boot and 
cove stripes on the boat too.  That keeps the admiral happy.  I just wish I 
could get a decent paint in white.  I tried the Vivid on my rudder (twice).  I 
haven't been happy with it.  It doesn't sand very smooth.  It resists fouling 
OK.  If the water here were clearer, I'd go back to Baltoplate.


Jake Brodersen
C&C 35 Mk-III
"Midnight Mistress"
Hampton VA

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