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Moody 46 boat fitted with hard dodger "doghouse"

Anyone have a Moody 46 (or 47) fitted out with a Hard Dodger - or as the Brits refer to it - a "doghouse". I would like to know if anyone has issues with it leaking or anything else of note.
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Yes I do on an older 47. We love ours you can see it here, we also have a bimini and side curtains.

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Smile moody 46 dog house

We have a 2001 model and no problems at all about the dog house...except it's great when its blowing and the seawater splashes up on deck but when it's hot it would be great to have some opening section on it to let some air thro.
Otherwise no problems at all, All best J&T
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