Kayak Jack said:Chuck, would you explain this "visibility" more? I'm not at all sure where or what this visibility is, where it comes from, or what it's doing?oldsparkey said:... Two reasons for this..... since the canoe is only 14 feet and low I wanted some visablility when paddling it and the off white will do that.
Are you banking on reflected light from the white paint to enlighten the bottom of the river/lake?
Helping the handicapped ........... Let me splain myself and enlighten the specific individual asking that :roll: question. Especially since anyone can see ( It is as visible as the nose on there face ) there is some above the water line at each end of the canoe for folks to see.
The underside of the canoe is to warn any submarines , sharks , S.C.U.B.A. Divers and the rest of the marine life there is a boat up there.
Definitions of 'visibility'
The American HeritageÂ® Dictionary- (3 definitions)
(noun: pl., -ties.)
1. The fact, state, or degree of being visible.
2. The greatest distance under given weather conditions to which it is possible to see without instrumental assistance.
A. The capability of being easily observed: an executive with high visibility.
B. The capability of providing a clear, unobstructed view: a windshield with good visibility.
:lol: :lol: :roll: ... Chuck.
PS. I sure hope I don't have to explaing the glass bubbles aging .. Ya know bubbles made from glass. They are made when the glass blower has the hic ups.