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Top Antifoul Protection From International’s New 2018 Paint Range

17th May 2018
Cruiser 250, available in five colours in 3L and 750ml sizes, will help you get back on the water sooner Cruiser 250, available in five colours in 3L and 750ml sizes, will help you get back on the water sooner

If you’re refreshing your boat for the summer sailing and cruising season, look no further than Viking Marine and their new range of paints, varnish and antifoul treatments.

AkzoNobel’s International Cruise 250 is a polishing antifouling gloss paint providing quality year-long protection. Quick-drying and convenient, it can also help you get back on the water sooner.

Suitable for both powerboats and sailboats whether in sea water, fresh water or brackish water, Cruiser 250 has a practical coverage of nine square metres per litre. Available in five colours in 3L (€117.50) and 750ml (€49.95) sizes.

For more rigorous needs, such as fast streamlined yachts, International’s Ultra 300 provides a year’s protection even in the harshest fouling conditions. Available in seven colours in 2.5L (€159) and 750ml (€62.50) sizes.

Micron 350, meanwhile, is a premium antifouling with outstanding two-year protection in all conditions. A new formula for 2018 ensures truer colours, while self-polishing copolymer technology delivers consistent performance.

Quick-drying, easy to apply and extremely durable, this ablative antifouling is available in six colours in 2.5L (€154.95) and 750ml (€59.95) sizes.

Be sure to check out Viking Marine’s full range of antifoam, deck paint, primers, finishers, accessories and more.

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