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Re: Glassing Over Thru-Hulls
Sorry to hear the mishap. The boatyard should have visually inspected every thru hull before removing the slings!
I agree with others that you should have a depth sounder. If you try to sell the boat, it will be less attractive without one.
Patching thru hulls is just time very consuming, itís not rocket science. If you would need to pay someone, you might consider just installing a garboard plug, which would take under an hour and would be easy to do yourself (may need a helper on other side of the hull for 15 mins). They come in handy to drain a bilge on the hard too.
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In the harsh marine environment, something is always in need of repair. Margaritas fix everything.