Coral Gable Yacht Brokerage
“I was involved on the first vessel DRYBOAT® was ever used on back in 2004. This boat was sold after using the process to dry out wet stringers and some coring. I just sold this same boat again, 10 years later, and it passed survey with flying colors”
David L. Boersema
“I recently did a pre-buy survey on a 43’ Portofino that the DRYBOAT® process was used on back in 2006. The only areas showing elevated moisture were areas DRYBOAT® did NOT service back in 2006.”
“Very professional, boat just surveyed dry during sale. You were referred to me by a friend who was also very happy with your service”
1998 37’ Trojan, utilized DRYBOAT® for wet stringers in 2011
“DRYBOAT® performed their services at our facility on a 54′ Hatteras. Both sides were wet and blistered. The core was Divinycell (foam core). We were amazed, and customer was ecstactic with the success of DRYBOAT®.”
“Cost me one-third of the lowest estimate I received to cut out and replace. Very happy with the (short) time it took and the cost savings”
2003 Four Winns Vista Cruiser utilized DRYBOAT® for wet stringers in 2014
“I always try to let customers know DRYBOAT® may be viable alternative. I was recently the surveyor on a buy/sell and if DRYBOAT® had not been used to dry out the stringers, deck and part of the transom, the vessel might have been scrapped. That would have been a shame because it was a beautiful 1984 Viking that had a ton of character and was mechanically sound.”
“I am very happy with the results. (DRYBOAT®) stands by their work. I highly recommend them”.
34’ 1999 Pursuit Express utilized DRYBOAT® for sides, deck, transom, bow areas in 2013
“You can use me as a reference anytime, DRYBOAT® took a couple of months and the builder took care of the finish work under warranty, total of three months.”
2003 42 ft Sea Ray utilized DRYBOAT® for wet stringers, transom, sides and bottom done in 2010.
Yacht Broker, Bradford Marine Sales
“I was involved in the sale of an 80 foot motor yacht a few years ago and we found high moistures readings in the core. The core was foam not balsa. DRYBOAT® was contracted to dry the core. A marine surveyor oversaw the project and the moisture readings showed a big improvement. When the boat was splashed again the surveyor said the hull should be good for another 30 years.”