Originally Posted by boatpoker
Ask for a written guarantee.
It is only my opinion, but I highly doubt any boat yard would give you one. There are just too many variables that could leave them exposed to liability.
Like any bottom job and bottoms, they are going to always be hit or miss. I don't think anyone could (or should) make general statements regarding this model or a certain construction technique being more susceptible to blisters or not.
While we didn't get a peel job, on our old boat, we got a sand blasting and skim coat of epoxy put on, we had many hundreds of pock blisters, but hindsight being 20/20, I wouldn't do it again and am glad we sold the boat shortly after. I have a feeling they will come back, but hey... I could be wrong.