new to forum - collision damage

Discussion in 'All Things Boats & Boating' started by nitro23, Apr 19, 2010.

  1. nitro23
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    nitro23 New Member

    im new to this forum. Thanks for having me here. I might be in the wrong place but maybe you can help anyway. I have a fiberglass bass boat and i have knocked a hole in the bottom well more then one looks like 3. Im claiming it on insuranse but what im wanting to know is it fix able and about what roughly would the cost be on a fix like this am i looking at a total lose this is my baby. i have had it for a long time about 10 year and i dont want it total out. im taking it to a shop sat. to find out the real damage im just looking for something to ease my mind on the deal. thanks for any help. im trying to get pic but for now one is about 2x24'' ripe one is a 8x10'' crack one
    3x6'' hole all with in 3 feet of another
     
  2. hoytedow
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    Lots of threads here on fiberglass repair. Only 3 holes? Imminently fixable, and I am an amateur.
     
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  4. mark775

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    Piece of cake. Hoyt's right and get pictures.
     
  5. Submarine Tom

    Submarine Tom Previous Member

    I'd be reading over the fine print of your insurance plan.

    You can't do anything about the holes now, accept have them repaired.

    -Tom
     

  6. conceptia
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    conceptia Naval Architect

    oww ya dirty fella, wat wer ya doing inside da boat???
     
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