Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: Maine Coast
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It's called condensation..
And it happens to designs like a rib with dual floor. If your hull is sitting in colder water say 65 degrees and the surface temp of the floor inside the boat is 110 degrees in the sun your going to create condensation. The plug also is not a 100% seal as it must let some air out or the hull would explode when it gets to hot.. If it's LOTS of water than you have a problem but if it's just a little over a few weeks it's condensation..
-Maine Sail / CS-36T
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