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Old 03-24-2018, 02:57 PM   #4
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City: hawaii
Country: usa
Vessel Name: #31
Vessel Model: ex-Navy MUB 50 fish/cruise
Join Date: Aug 2013
Posts: 547
A yard or anybody would assume that a boat that has a keel is meant to be blocked up under its keel and steadied by jacks along the hull sides.
As long as the blocks are placed evenly, and the jacks just snug, no damage should happen.
I have seen fiberglass boats with incredibly flimsy hulls, where placement of blocking/jacks was very tricky, hope yours isn’t one of those!
Do you have any pictures of the boat on it’s blocking?
Surely you did bottom paint while it was on the hard, was damage not noted then?
That might point to damage during or even after the launch.
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