These pictures are from my personal boat, 1990 F470 NAVIC-P. Unfortunately, I had a pressure leak on the bow chamber over the summer...it caused a pressure differential in the tubes, and in combination with the hot South Carolina sun led to a bit of ungluing on the inside. You can see the parallel seam (the white straight line of mastic), which would have the rope lifeline above it, and clearly see the ungluing between the 10 o'clock and 2 o'clock positions. These are the stern-stbd and bow-stbd baffles. After I have reglued these and seam taped them, I will work on the port side.
Luckily, my boat has 940 dtx hyp/neo fabric baffles as opposed to my friends boat, who had a crossover year with gray PVC baffles.
Two items to note:
The red hose is the penetration for the intercommunicating valve assembly
The white mesh bag is the diffuser bag for the rapid inflation system