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Re: Bilge Damp Tanzer 26

Originally Posted by boatpoker View Post
There are no stringers in a Tanzer 26.

Hull is fabricated from fiber reinforced resin and taken from a two piece female mold. Decks, topsides and superstructure are of FRP cored sandwich construction while the bottom is uncored. The hull and deck shells are supported by bonded FRP liner sections with integral frames and floors. Main bulkheads are inset in the liners and some partial bulkheads are FRP bonded to the hull.
Does this mean there is no possibility of rot if there has been any leak over the years ?
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Re: Bilge Damp Tanzer 26

Originally Posted by Pasadena View Post
Does this mean there is no possibility of rot if there has been any leak over the years ?
The only thing that can rot are the plywood bulkheads. That should be readily visible.

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