Look up hullspead marine coatings. I have always been pretty hard on my boats. I've had a gotorhull and a gorilla hull. Both have cost me some speed on the big end. I don't think that the hull speed paint is gonna be as durable as either of those. I have the boat down there for some gel coat repairs and decided to give this a shot. im not covering up any damage with this and requested pics of the bottom after the gel coat is repaired. I ran the boat Sunday before taking it down there and hit 71.3 mph loaded. I'm going to put all the tackle exactly where it was as my boat is very sensitive to how it is loaded to keep it balanced. I feel this will give me the most accurate reading on gained speed.
If you have any additional info on how your boat turned out please let us know. I am considering ordering some hullspeed and spraying my hull. Which Hullspeed product(s) are they applying to your boat?
Mainly interested in the Hull Protection/Durability aspect.
Also curious on how well it adheres to gelcoat and how the appearance turns out. I read it gets an orange peel appearance.
Any speed increases would just be icing on the cake if it protects well and looks nice.