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Leak, I think from the toe rail bolts

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Iíve had the exact same leak on my 301 since I bought her 8 years ago.

Always assumed it was port rear pulpit bolt but every time I have put my hand up there to feel it it has been dry as a bone.

Also concluded the centre panel needs to come out to get at it thus meaning a reseal job on the hatch so more work than worth it.

Itís a minor issue which had damaged the woodwork before I bought the boat and itís not got appreciably worse so has forever been on the long list. Interesting that there might be a simple solution from on deck.

Part of my stalling is because tapping the ply lining indicates the wood is lying against the hull at that exact point and I canít rule out condensation damage which would be a bigger fix (headliners out and a new ply lining battened off the hull).


Edited by Bitbaltic - 10 July 2019 at 22:01
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