Description

Boats Built in FRP

  1. Reduction of maintenance.
  2. No caulking, no leaks. Hulls are one continuous piece of FRP with no joints or gaps to allow water into the hull.
  3. No plank shrinkage when laid up. Wooden hulls suffer from plank shrinkage when brought out of the water and laid up in the sun.
  4. FRP does not shrink or swell so leakage and re-caulking are avoided.
  5. Rot proof and resistant to borers. FRP is non-organic and will not rot. As a plastic it cannot be eaten by marine borers.
  6. Corrosion and electrolysis reduced. FRP is inert. As a plastic it will not corrode.