Hey folks... I'm having an issue with corrosion and am looking for advice on what I should do. Here's the story... I bought a brand new 24' Duckworth Pacific Navigator. I put it in the water where I was planning on mooring it while I waited for the shop to have an opening so I could get it bottom painted. It took about 5 weeks from the time it went in the water, to the time I pulled it to go into the shop. Once it was in the shop, and the painter started prepping it, he noticed that it had a a good amount of corrosion and that he could still paint it, but could not warranty the work. Fast forward... The boat needs to be repaired, or worst case, replaced. Everybody who has seen the boat says that the level of corrosion that's taken place should never happen naturally. I've talked to Duckworth, and they are almost 100% confident that it's due to stray voltage in the marina. I have the marina doing a test around my slip to see what they find. Here's the question: Who is responsible? I've spoken to my insurance company (no claim filed yet). My agent says, officially, that corrosion isn't typically covered. However, since this is likely due to stray voltage, this is not "normal/natural" corrosion that comes with neglect. Certainly not normal given it's a brand new boat that's only been in the water for 5 weeks. Since it's likely a boat near my slip, or the marina itself, would the marina need to pay for any repairs? Then there's a bunch of secondary, related questions like... reimbursement for loss of use, paying for a slip I can't use etc. Anybody with advice or experience on what questions I should ask or how I should approach this would be greatly appreciated!