Originally Posted by JohnnyAVT
I have recently put my rib in a salt water marina and intend to leave it there all year round. I intend to take it out of the water every two weeks and give the hull and tubes a good wash down. Will this be enough to keep marine growth away? I am trying to avoid anti-fouling but will if I have to. If I can get away without anti-fouling what is recommended to wash the hull and tubes with? If anti-fouling is the best option what is the best choice?
Why are you avoiding anti foul? It is the best choice unless you have a very expensive rib you intend to own for a while, then the expensive coppercoat is an option.
Blakes antifoul is good stuff.
Each two weeks is a PITA to scrub a whole hull! But if you have the time, it should be enough I'd say.