Originally Posted by Chris
I don't suppose you could have water ingress and with the recent temperatures the chance of expansion reopening the repair?
Bruce, that is really disappointing to say the least. Something is causing the problem and I wonder if Chris has hit on it. Could it be, even, that the wood was damp when the boat was built?
I've just looked at my transom and there's no sign of any cracking at all after ten years with, until recently, an engine within a kilo of the maximum weight and being owned and driven
by a teenager for half that time.
Until now I'd always thought of Humbers as bullet proof.
Quinquari might help - Tony Hill will know. Ardfern Yacht centre have a really good reputation for fibreglass repairs and may be able to give an independent assessment.
Hope you can get it sorted.