I used it on the underside of my cockpit when I replaced the foam core that had gotten wet. How many bilge pumps do you have? That line is a crack in the muffler that has been patched with black caulking. Take a look at all connecting points on rigging. That way the whole area is one solid piece and the stresses spread out over a larger area.
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After studying Marine Survey , I suggest you print this checklist and take it with you for your boat inspection. Trick is to leave the outer-layer of fibreglass intact. Core problems below the waterline are quick to fix. I'm curious which piece would have failed first and under what kind of loads? I strongly disagree with his position on moisture meters but the rest of it is impressive.
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It's not a problem that is easy to go undetected. This 42' trawler came straight from the factory like this. Using it already has a mat on one side so no need for the special stuff and is much stronger. In one case we took a 50 Magnum from Ft Lauderdale to Miami in the face of an approaching hurricane. I'm between using Balsa or Coosa Bluewater 26 leaning towards Coosa as the replacement core. I always feel a little guilty taking someone's hard earned money when with a little bit of guidance they could have weeded out the obvious junk themselves.
Tip - if you proceed with a survey arrange to have these fasteners removed before the surveyor arrives because he I will not remove them. The second hose is not over the nipple on this cockpit scupper and tightening it is actually pulling the hose off the nipple. Keep in mind the cost differential between molded glass and plastic, and the fact that no one every splurges to cost of replacing worn out plastic, while the glass is good indefinitely. You can also see arrows that there is a space between the bearing and the shaft at the upper arrow and no space at the lower arrow. Don't try counting holes from the outside if the boat is still in the water: