Bottom paints being tested in San Diego

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Knight and Carver YachtCenter has partnered with the Port of San Diego to test environmentally friendly antifouling paints to see which are most effective in real-life conditions.

The San Diego Unified Port District’s Alternative Hull Paint Project is examining various coatings and their effectiveness over a two-year period. Effectiveness will be evaluated based on application efficiency, cleaning and maintenance needs, antifouling efficiency, cost and longevity.

Click here to read more about this project.

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