Fibreglass (GRP) yachts:
Fibreglass boats mainly replaced wooden vessels starting from the 1960s. GRP or composite hulls are the easiest to maintain. Usually, you only need to renew antifouling on the bottom of the fibreglass yacht and make a polishing once every 1 or 2 years. Earlier boats suffered from osmosis that was the worst thing that could happen to GRP boat. However, modern vinylester materials eliminate osmosis. Decent quality GRP means many years of trouble-free ownership. Also, GRP/Composite vessel is easy to repair if you got it damaged. You can repair GRP hull anywhere in the world.
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