DITTO @georgeThe hull does look beautiful, George.
Although I am all ready to go for this season I have to give the ceramic route some serious consideration come next year. While my hull looks pretty good and is plain white there is no doubt that after 17 seasons if I want it to look showroom new via traditional methods it would need a good compounding first to take off some of the chalky appearance. I am wondering if the ceramic products allow you to skip the compound step.
I am also impressed with your results considering you have a colored hull. Usually those fade pretty quickly and it's always a battle to bring them back to their original shine. Your son does nice work!
How big is the Roballo and how much would it have costed someone else?
My boat is 18 feet and it was starting to powder a bit. But there are many variables that he needs to consider. It's a tedious process as the entires boat is wheeled twice with different compounds and then the ceramic coating is applied. Once it cures there's no need for detailing again for another 3 years. And it will keep that shine and provide simple maintenance for the next three years.How big is the Roballo and how much would it have costed someone else?
It is shiny! I put Griots 3 in 1 ceramic wax on my boat. Probably not the same stuff your son used. But it holds up well on the car.