I painted my boat with Alexseal this year using the no tip additive.
I used these rollers:
I tried the Mohair rollers that Andy uses and no matter how much or how hard I tried rolling them on tape, they left hairs in the paint. A boat yard neighbor used them and resorted to having a 'waste' panel that they'd use the roller on initially to get as much of the hair off before using it on the real surface.
Foam rollers do make more bubbles initially. My technique was to apply to an area, and then use a no pressure roll over the area to smooth it out. The additive takes care of the rest, I didn't have any areas where bubbles were an issue. The rollers are indeed 'resistant' to the chemicals and last about 30 minutes before needing replaced. They swell in size and if you keep going with them long enough they could start to come apart, but I never had that happen.
The most difficult part is seeing what you are doing. The first coat on fresh primer is easy, and it turns out beautiful. It's super easy to see where you have been and when you have good, even coverage. Each coat gets harder to see with wet shiny paint on the same color background and after it's all dry you can look at it from lots of angles you start to see dry spots or small runs. Lots of light, looking at it in reflections as you go, and a spotter
help mitigate those issues.
I used cheap home depot rollers both 4" and 6" for the primer phase. It gets sanded anyways so no need to spend money on expensive rollers there. The foam rollers did not like the epoxy based primers at all.
Conditions need to be good for best results. Painting outdoors is very difficult because you need to keep the sun off it and the wind off of it, the paint flashes much too fast if it's got a breeze on it and doesn't lay down in that condition. You'll want to tent areas before you paint. Cooler temperatures worked better for me. High humidity is a problem and must be avoided, high enough and the paint will dry flat, I had that happen once. Indoors would be ideal.
I have some photos and details in my refit thread, start about page 7 for some painting pictures.