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Author: Donald King (king7...@bellsouth.net) contact the author
Subject: king7583@bellsouth.net
Info: (2631 views) Posted: Sunday 9-8-13 06:05:13 AM
I am restoring my 1960s Fiberglass Windmill (built by Morgan) Hull #2798. The project is almost complete and my question is regarding inner liner drain holes.

In the inner liner, on both starboard and port sides, very near the transom and at lowest point on the side, there is one hole on each side to allow water to drain from the side chambers. Can anybody tell me if these holes were part of the original design or added later for drainage? AND ... if you have these holes drilled in your fiberglass Windmill, do you plug them when you are sailing?

I have never had a problem with these drainage holes before, but if they are supposed to be plugged I want to plug them.

Thanks, Don King

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