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The Zoo

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Saturday April 5, 2014

Nanaimo, Canada

Caption: Mussel stew coming up.

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2. ycd0108
4:41 AM GMT on April 08, 2014
The rest of the hull is just light guck. Most of the marine life sticks to the drive and the metal.
My theory is it has to do with small wild electric currents - the leg is the main ground connection to the salt water on a fiberglass hull.
There is a good argument that the stern vertical surfaces are generally protected from the wash of the water passing under the hull at speed.
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1. Bogon
3:51 AM GMT on April 08, 2014
That's a job, if it's like that all the way around the boat. Might be time to call Orkin.

The prop looks in good shape. Got some zoo on that, too, but the edges are clean. I'm used to seeing them chewed up a little with brass showing.
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