I haven't seen any Canadian authorities checking US boats in Canadian waters
for the type of bottom paint they are using.  Common sense says it should be
a non-issue (but common sense doesn't always apply, does it?).  My $0.02


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If you are wanting a yard to apply it for you then you might run into
problems.  Westport are pretty proud of their eco credentials so may not
have any leeway on this.  Strictly speaking, even if you apply it yourself
it still needs to be legal in Canada but it's very easy to accidentally tear
the label or cover it in paint if you get my drift...


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Subject: Stus-List Sidney boat yard 


I was planning on bringing my own paint.  Think that might be a problem?.

Tom Buscaglia 

S/V Alera 

1990 C&C 37+/40

Vashon WA

P 206.463.9200

C 305.409.3660


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Date: Fri, 6 Apr 2018 04:04:42 +0000
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Subject: Re: Stus-List Sidney boat yard
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Just remember you'll get Canadian spec paint, which doesn't have anything at
all that actually stops fouling, nor any anti-slime additives.


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