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45f5 leaks

We're looking at a 1991 45f5 and it has some leaks. In the strip in the hull below the toe rail there are port lights and some water in the 'strip'. Does anyone have any idea where the water could be coming from and what the fix would be? Also can somone recommend someone I can call at Beneteau that might have answers for me.

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... can somone recommend someone I can call at Beneteau that might have answers for me.

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Re: 45f5 leaks

Thanks! He was a great help!
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