Disclaimer: This post is intended as a guide. As we come to the end of the sailing season, it's time to consider laying up your boat for the winter and one aspect of this is removing the antifoul from your boat if it is in poor condition. Now, opinions are split on when is best … Continue reading How To Remove Antifouling
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At the end of last year, the Maritime and Coastal Agency (MCA) updated their documentation for ensuring fishing vessel compliance with international and UK safety requirements and correct certificates for vessels to operate in territorial waters. The process of ensuring your vessel complies can be time-consuming so to make things easier, Gael Force has pulled together a list of products that are suitable for Open and Decked vessels of various sizes so that our customers can stock up and meet these requirements for inspection.
Whether you're a seasoned professional, a cautious novice, or somewhere in between, antifouling is a significant part of the maintenance of your boat and something you need to know about. To help with this, we've answered some common questions regarding antifouling to get you ready for another successful season.