Below you’ll find seven CopperCoat tips to help better ensure your CopperCoat Antifoul application is a success rather than a disaster. These tips are based on using the services of a boatyard rather than applying the product yourself. Almost all DIY applications are “first-timers” and they usually go well because instructions are followed. The application
We had CopperCoat Antifouling applied to the hull of our Oyster 56′ in 2016. Since then we’ve had nothing but problems. To get the full story, watch the following video that highlights. If you want the lasted update, see the links below the videos: our first CopperCoat application in North Carolina a haul out in
After a year of having Coppercoat antifoul applied we had major problems. Our hull was riddled with barnacles and we had to pay a diver to clean our bottom every couple of months. When we complained to the boatyard that did the job they said it was it wasn’t their fault…it was a bad product.
This marks our first contact with both Bennett Brothers and CopperCoat Antifoul. Unfortunately, it was our first of two major CopperCoat Antifoul failure. September 2016 – Our First Failed Application by Bennett Brothers in Wilmington, North Carolina. You’ll benefit by watching this video: By seeing how to get to Bennett Brothers on the Cape Fear
My husband and I borrowed a car and went into town to grab some groceries. We ran into another boat owner at the local Greek AB Grocery store. He asked us if we’d be moving on soon and we replied enthusiastically, ‘YES’! We’ve just finished a six-week period on the hard with our boat, Britican,