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Environmental issues affecting recreational boat owners and boating businesses @UCANRCoast
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by Eddy Riener
on September 17, 2014 at 5:21 PM
Although frequency does depend on geographic location, it really boils down to the temperature of the water, and if it's pure seawater or brackish water. The white tube worms grow insanely fast in areas like Dana Point and Oceanside, but grow slower in Huntington and Newport Dunes Marinas. The higher the temperature, the faster the growth, the more often the cleaning! Our company cleans the non-painted surfaces of the running gear every two weeks during the high-growth summer months. It makes a noticeable difference in performance! I'm not trying to hijack this post, but we have tons of information on it at my website, http://edrienerdiving.com. We've been doing this for over 35 years, and have plenty of experience to answer any questions!
Reply by Leigh Taylor Johnson
on September 17, 2014 at 6:11 PM
Dear Eddy,  
Thank you for sharing information from your experience as a hull cleaner. We cannot endorse your information but believe that it may be of interest to other readers.  
Best regards,  
Leigh Johnson, Blog Owner
 
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