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Looking for advise and or experience mooring a Melges 24 without adding bottom paint. I would like to keep my Melges moored in a marina on the Oregon Coast for up to a month at a time. We have no dry storage available, the local port has been less than helpful, and they also forbid installing or using a hydrolift type of device. Stepping the mast and ramp launching is not ideal for my crew or our schedules but we are making it work. Has anyone used products like Eelsnot to leave the boat in the water for 2-4 weeks at a time? Are there any other options/bottom paint/coatings that won't kill the performance or resale value of the boat? The boat would only be in the water during the months of May - September, like I said for 2 - 4 weeks at a time.