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Lightbulb Help holes in my boat

Hi everyone new sailor with a C&c 30 mk1 1974 question!

My c&c as two small hole the size of a pen in the hull just over the keel! they look to nicely done to be there by accident anyone have and idea??

here is two photos for help in identifying and remedy ty all some much!!

oh and yes this is my first Sailboat so any thought on My C&C 30 i would love to hear!! But im sure i did good getting this good old boat.
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Re: Help holes in my boat

Drain holes...
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Re: Help holes in my boat

ty squidd !! but do you know! what are the plug with?? im sure the are not left open ! they are below the water line
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How deep do they go? Is that a cored hull? If so you might have some re coreing to do. Before you plug them you need to know why they were put their. Are you still in contact with the former owner?

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My guess is that they were drilled to either keep the bilge dry or to drain water from the bilge that had collected. You'll need to fill them and patch the outside of the hull before splashing.

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Re: Help holes in my boat

Congrats on buying a great boat! (I'm biased)

Look in the bilge. These may be garboard plugs. If so, there are threaded plugs that need to be inserted before launch.

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Re: Help holes in my boat

Ti, the big unclear question is whether they go all the way through the hull?

I'm guessing they do not, but they were drilled to allow some space inside the hull/liner to drain into the bilge.
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