Originally Posted by Phil M
I get anywhere up to about a pint of water out of the hull void in my 530 Pro each trip (sometimes nothing though......never really figured it out) so I'd be nervous leaving it on a mooring for any extended length of time without fitting a hull void pump. Mine has 3 bungs in the hull as it has the extended reverse chines which are separate voids. I'd need 3 pumps.
Is it a pontoon mooring? Is something like versadock viable? When out in Canada on the lake earlier in the year I noticed that every boat was moored on a pontoon but they all had lifting frames to raise the boats out of the water. Was quite a neat solution although not cheap.
I had a Pro 500 (until last month) and never had an issues with water in the hull. I changed the bung for a new one with washer and she was totally dry. The longest I left her on a mooring was a week and there is no way to check without pulling her out.
I did have a pump in the sump at the back, this worked great and would keep the rain water out but doesn't help the inner hull.