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Marine Paints and Undercoats

We stock a large range of marine paints from world leading suppliers such as International Yacht Paints and Teamac, designed to give you high quality, premium finishes at competitive prices.

Our comprehensive range of finishes includes antifouling paints, marine gloss and yacht enamels, deck paints, bilge paints, as well as all the appropriate primers and undercoats and various paint additives.

Marine Paints & Undercoats

Marine Paints and Undercoats Guide

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  1. International Trilux 33 375ml

    Trilux 33 Antifoul is a high performance, hard antifouling ideal for use on stern gear, outdrives and as a boottop.

    Starting at: £20.50
  2. International Trilux Prop-O-Drev Antifouling 500ml

    International Trilux Prop-O-Drev is an aerosol spray antifouling specially formulated for aluminium and stainless steel outdrives, outboard legs, propellers and sterngear.

    Starting at: £28.65
  3. International Boatguard EU Antifoul 2.5L

    Boatguard EU is a self eroding, cruising antifouling ideal for use on inland waters in the UK.

    Starting at: £45.95
  4. Hempel Classic Antifoul 2.5L

    Hempel Classic is a medium strength self-polishing antifoul.
    Starting at: £45.95
  5. Hempel Mille Prop 500ml

    Mille Prop is a spray on antifoul for use on propellers, outboards and outdrives.
    Starting at: £20.95
  6. Hempel Aluxtra 375ml

    Antifouling for propellers and sterngear.
    Starting at: £20.95
  7. International Cruiser Bright White Antifoul 2.5L

    A general purpose cruising antifoul designed for boat owners who require a bright white hull with antifouling protection.
  8. International Boatguard 100 Antifoul 2.5L

    Great value polishing antifoul, suitable for fresh or salt water and ideal for river cruisers.

    Starting at: £48.50
  9. International Cruiser 250 - 3L

    Part of Internationals new generation of antifoul, designed to protect in all but the harshest fouling conditions

    Starting at: £89.95
  10. International Cruiser 250 - 750ml

    High performance antifoul, designed to give protection to sailing and power boats up to 25 knots in all but the harshest fouling conditions.

    Starting at: £32.85
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Marine Paints & Undercoats

Marine Paints & Undercoats

Boat Painting Guide


Marine Paint

Deck paint, bilge paint, yacht enamel... you name it we've got it! We've also got the resources to help your boat painting project become a reality, check out International's 'Boat Painting Guide' (left) for safety advice, product specification and lots of helpful insider hints and tips. We stock marine paints from manufacturers such as Teamac, Hempel and of course International with their most popular lines such as Toplac, Interdeck, Danboline and Trilux 33 at unbeatable prices. For a full list of our marine glosses, deck, bilge and boot topping paints vsit our marine paints page.

 

Antifouling Paint

Antifouling paint is a specialist marine coating designed to prevent contaniments such as algea and barnacles from clinging to the hull and reducing performance.

There are many different types of antifouling paint which use different strategies to prevent marine growth. We stock a wide variety of antifoul to suit all manner of craft and fouling conditions, visit our antfiouling page for more information.

 

Marine Primers and Undercoats

We all know that a good paint job is all about preparation, that's why we supply the finest marine primers and undercoats to ensure a fine and lasting finish. For more information on all the primer and undercoats we stock, including International Pre-Kote, visit our marine primers and undercoats page.

International guide to applying antifoul

International Antifouling Paint Coverage Chart

 

International Toplac Guide

 

International Guide To Applying Deck Paint

 

International Primers & Undercoats

International Guide To Painting Your Bilge