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View the latest post Leaking water tank 32 Martinique


Hi, we have just acquired a 1996 3200 Martinique have found the water tank is leaking badly. Any one had any experience this, is there an easy way to access it and any ideas what could be.

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View the latest post Attachment(s) Kentucky boater new to Wellcraft. we like our boat.


New to Wellcraft.

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View the latest post 190 ccf shaft length?


Anyone know the shaft length needed for 1998 190ccf center console?

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View the latest post 2000 270 Coastal inerior layout diagram


Good Morning all,

I'm trying to make quick info cards for my boat but cannot find an interior/cabin layout diagram for the 2000 270 Coastal OB.

Does anyone have a picture or scan they can share with me?

Thanks in advance!
Tom

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View the latest post forward hatch leak


I have a 2005 232 coastal and have been recently experiencing some leakage from the forward hatch. I suspect that the rubber trim is compressed to a point where water is leaking. It's not a lot but annoying enough. I can't find a replacement part number. Does anyone know what Wellcraft part to order or a suitable substitute?
Thanks

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View the latest post Hello everyone Scarab Excel Question


Happy New Year
My name is Tony T. From NY
I am looking for a Scarab 38kv but they are kinda
hard to find. So I have been looking at Scarab 38xl’s
in the meantime, question is have these ever had a
radar arch option? And can you still get one if they are?

Thanks Tony

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View the latest post Attachment(s) Mistery Wellcraft model


Hello Everyone,
I am Alessandro from Italy.
I found this boat (attached) for sale, the seller told me that is a wellcraft, about 8 meters, fully open.
The specs plate is lost. I would discover what model is, someone can help me? I know that is not easy. It seems to be an old scarab, but I dont know a fully open scarab of 26 - 28 feet.
Thank you everyone in advance.

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View the latest post New Member 1999 Wellcraft 2600


Hi all
We just purchased a second hand 1999 Wellcraft 2600 Martinique in Lake Macquarie, NSW, Australia.
Looking forward to using this.
Can i ask how do you make the V birth into a full bed ?

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View the latest post 89 33 coastal 4 blade prop size


Any body using 4 blade prop on 89 33 coastal with 7.4 mercruiser?

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View the latest post 220 Coastal Tournament (Water In cabin with chop)


Hello everyone new user long time reader. I'm in need of some assistance before I loose my mind trying to find this issue. Hoping someone can point me in the right direction here.

So I have a 2002 Wellcraft 220 Coastal Tournament edition. My daughter and I went fishing over the weekend, we were sitting about 2 miles offshore in a medium chop. Nothing to crazy at all. Upon heading out cabin was 100% dry no issues at all nor have I had issues like this in the past.
After sitting anchored for approx 4 hours (in chop), as im getting ready to pull up anchor I noticed a fair amount of water on the cabin floor (approx a 1/4in more towards the aft of the cabin floor. While putting our gear away (approx 10 mins later) I go back into the cabin and now the water is completely covering the floor front to back approx 1.5in worth. In fear of a serious issue and fear of the boat sinking. I take off and trim the bow up as high as possible while running the rear bildge pump manually. Doing this all the standing water (visually on floor) left the cabin almost instantly.
I had over a hour ride back to the boat ramp and during this ride we went through multiple slow speed and idle zones. Which none of these lead to more water entering the cabin. Once I arrived at the boat ramp I went through and checked what I could while being on the water and did not see any water accessing the cabin at all. Stayed at the ramp for approx a hour checking things and all seemed fine (no more water). If this helps at all I did have the freshwater tank full but I never leave the pump switch on I turn it on to use and then right back off again. The freshwater tank did still have water in it when I arrived at the boat ramp. Can't say how much but did drain the tank before loading up which seemed like a close to full tank but may have been less then I think (emptied using the transom shower head so hard to judge). I don't not use the toliet on the boat so the holding tank for it is empty. The valve at the transom is set to livewell and not raw water. I got home shop vac the water from carpet, under the table base and anywhere else I could get a visual on. Go back out a few hours later to close up the cabin and saw alittle more water under the table base again. This could be water that was missed and not reachable while cleaning/drying the first round but I did make sure it was empty when running the vac maybe there was some still there that worked its way forward or maybe the freshwater tank was not emptied completely and its the culprit of all of this?

Any advice would be GREATLY appreciated! I'm going to start searching today but hoping someone can give me some pointers one how to test and search for this to save me some time and headaches on this hunt so I can get back on the water asap! Thank you again and sorry for such a long first post. Just wanted to assure all details were given so I could get the best assistance/help with this.

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