AD16 (Tipsy) Myrtle Beach

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Re: AD16 Myrtle Beach

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Thanks everyone!

Today I gave Tipsy her first coat of gray Total Boat non-skid . I know there are pros and cons for using gray and to use non-skid on the entire cockpit but I decided the pros outweigh the cons . Plus it is thick enough to hide some of my fairing imperfections. I like how the gray , white and seafoam contrast with each other . Also the Bimini top I ordered is a light gray and should go well. I like this total boat nonskid product so much I will probably use it to paint inside the cabin.
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Re: AD16 Myrtle Beach

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Looks good Bogie!!!! Jeff

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Re: AD16 Myrtle Beach

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That's a nice looking boat. You won't have to keep it tarped when not working on it for much longer.

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What's the hoop for? Sorry if you already explained.
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It’s to hold his tarp up until her gets hatch and washboards completed.
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That gray is light enough; it will not get too hot and easier on the eyes than white.
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Re: AD16 Myrtle Beach

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Thanks everyone!

Yes, Tony, Jaysen is correct about the piece of PVC (hoop)

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It is easy on the eyes for sure. Looking very good!
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She looks awesome!
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Bogie, call us when you have a minute as we are meeting with a professional welding group later this morning who does a bunch of work for several of the big boat manufacturers here in South Florida. We will also discuss your project with him!! Boat is looking great, Jeff (772.742.8535)

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