When we hauled out at MYC to scrub on 21 June, the growth was disappointing, to put it mildly. The trilux had not taken too well, and all the running gear except the propeller blades was badly fouled. But that seemed to be true for other boats on the MYC moorings. There was nothing for it, but pressure wash and relaunch.
Trained as Naval Architect. Involved in shipbuilding and shipyard construction/ Worked briefly in aviation. Joined Associated British Ports in 1984 as Business Development Manager. For 10 years until retirement in 2001, Environment Manager at ABP. Has owned several yachts described on this website