I have purchased a used Bravo, and have wanted a boat like this since the mono cat days! I can't wait to get it on the water. I live in a condo on Oahu, in Hawaii Kai. I have access to a slip in front of my place, and can keep the Bravo in the water. There are no facilities to keep it out of the water (only Kayak and OC-1 racks), and access to the parking lot (for storage)v does not accommodate the width of the Bravo. I was wondering if anybody has kept a Bravo in salt water for any length of time. Can you put bottom paint on a roto moulded hull? Has anyone found an inexpensive solution for having a float under the Bravo? Any help would be appreciated. Having the boat in a slip would be appealing as my kids could take it out without having to haul the boat to a ramp.