The yacht paint product guide at yachtpaint.com is the best online resource available for finding the right paint solution for your boat. Above or below the waterline, let us help you choose the correct products.
As one of the most important painting jobs carried out by boat owners, antifouling is vital to protect your boat. Prevent fouling organisms such as barnacles, weeds and slime from building up on your hull by using International antifouling paint.
Apart from providing an enhanced cosmetic finish to your boat, paints provide a protective barrier against the elements that will attack the surface during the season: sea, rain, wind and sun.
Most varnishes are designed to protect against man-made damage including oil, detergent and alcohol spills. However, yacht varnishes also need to provide a protective barrier against the natural elements.
The International Boatcare range is designed to complement our boat painting and maintenance product range and is specially formulated with ease of use in mind.
Osmosis is caused by a chemical reaction between water and unreacted substances remaining in the manufactured hull.
Fillers can be used for small scale repairs, and picking the right one for the job is essential if the result is to last. Fillers are available with a number of different characteristics specific to how they will be used.
The primer is the first complete coat of paint of a painting system applied when painting a boat. Primers are designed to provide adequate adhesion to the surface being painted.
The undercoat is the coat of paint applied prior to the topside finish being applied. Provides a smooth fair surface for overcoating with a topside paint.
A liquid used for reducing the viscosity of paints.
Special products, not fitting any of our main product categories, complete the International product range.