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Old 31 January 2014, 01:55   #1
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Country: Australia
Town: S/E Queensland
Boat name: White Hurricane
Make: Zodiac Hurricane
Length: 7m +
Engine: Yanmar 6LP 315hp Jet
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Zodiac Pro 470 hull problems?

Hi all,
I recently bought older pro 470 and it has had some repairs to the hull along starboard side where I was told that it was where the deck mould meets the hull moul. It may have started to separate! Has anyone heard of this happening on these boats? If so would I be better off trying to re glue and fibreglass over and around the edge of where the 2 moulds meet? The bottom of the keel is quite worn , back to bare glass. Should this be sealed? It's an old australian navy boat and pretty beaten up , but still in good repair. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Cheers Todd
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