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Old 30 August 2009, 13:45   #21
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Because the valve for filling the tubes was on the inside this necessitated a hole between the cabin and the tube, i.e. a route for water to enter the cabin. Not sure if the tube parted company or the tube was torn but it exposed a weak point in the design which had already been corrected in later boats.
sort'a what i was trying to say.
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From memory, and I may be wrong....

Because the valve for filling the tubes was on the inside this necessitated a hole between the cabin and the tube, i.e. a route for water to enter the cabin. Not sure if the tube parted company or the tube was torn but it exposed a weak point in the design which had already been corrected in later boats.

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Got it, so the positioning of the valves didn't cause anything at all, but once the tubes were loose allowed water to enter the cabin - I thought it was implied they were the cause ...........
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When a boat looks that good who needs tubes!!!
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