If it's in the order of 28 to 30ft long, then yes, that is reasonable. Are you looking for a barrier paint, or barrier with anti fouling? Makes a big difference. Howdy, Stranger! It looks like you're new here.
How to Remove the Bottom Paint From Fiberglass Boat Hulls | Gone Outdoors | Your Adventure Awaits
While death and taxes may be better known, there's a third certainty in life many boat owners face that's often viewed with just as much trepidation. Photo: Frank Lanier. Ever since our first troglodytic ancestor shoved off astride his trusty log, mariners have tried most every concoction imaginable to keep waterborne critters and growth at bay, from mixtures of tar, sulfur, and brimstone, to paints laced with tin, arsenic, pesticides, and even the occasional jar of chili powder. Although environmental concerns have relegated the most noxious mixtures of yesteryear to the dustbin of history, bottom paint still remains a complex topic. Here's a look at what bottom paint is, its application, and how to find the one that's right for you. Bottom paint aka antifouling paint is a paint or coating designed to discourage weeds, barnacles, and other aquatic organisms from attaching themselves to and in the case of wooden boats, eating the underwater portion of your boat's hull.