Originally Posted by ahab211
I have cleaned up and brought a 24 C@C back in shape. Some pictures before would help get an idea of what you have to work with. I was ready to sell it after taking a close look(I bought it on ebay). It cleaned up well and even though it had a surface crack on the port side possibly from a cradle pad the hull is solid and you'll be surprised how seaworthy these boats are. Check the windows as most of them need to be recaulked using an ultraglaze sealant by GE. It is a great boat to singlehand, very versatile and has great lines
. Added a autohelm to make singlehanding a breeze(rolller furling
came with it). Good luck and send us after pictures, too.
these windows are sealed by butle tape and a rubber seal from the factory.
the butle seals the frame, window and the rubber seal works with the frame to hold the window tight and deflect water.
if you used ge sealant or any type of silicone you will be doing the job again very soon.
the parts to do the job to spec can be purchased at Holland Marine Products