Any thoughts on antifoul colours? Boat is a Sunseeker Camargue with ride stripe on the hull. To date the antifoul has been light grey but was thinking maybe black. Don't suppose it make that much difference as it's pretty much underwater.
And here we have Meekatharra. Modeling her bottom in Turquaise blue, beautifully matched to her spray hood and canopy. Note the contrasting red fender, giving a light hearted look to this springs fashion.
hmm, but then later, once rescued, it would still say help! rather than "it's okay, the insurance is paying". So I would favour painting "Oh Shit!" on the bottom. Or perhaps "what's that funny flag" or "that'll teach you to go diving in the solent!" asa message for any scuba peeps you run over.
How about an electronic board - default state could be "Sorry didn't see the blue flag" for those divers who've been run over. A mercury switch would trip the display to "Help" alternating "Oh Sh*t" once the boat goes inverted and having been rescued it could display - "Don't Salvage please".
Money making idea here TCM.... right up alongside the boatname in lights proposal from a couple of months ago
Havoc, fire, confusion, and mis-trust, yes my work here is done...
Try using different colours each year as this makes a lovely rainbowy type of wodge on your scraper when you come to scrape it off in 7 years having spent a fortune on the latest antifoul remover. Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain.