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Martinique 2600 New Zealand - leaking AFT

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FirstMatt2600
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Vessel Info: Refurbishing a Martinique 2600 - 1999
Previously owned a Bayliner 2352 - 2006

Martinique 2600 New Zealand - leaking AFT

Postby FirstMatt2600 » Sun Sep 26, 2021 1:10 am

Hi All,

Very happy to find this group. I’m in New Zealand, recently bought a Martinique 2600 - 1999. To refurbish as a project. The fibreglass is buffing up well from heavily oxidised to a near new shine. Im using G6 compound with a wool pad variable speed polisher. After heavy rain I’ve noticed that that two bed AFT area carpet is saturated, located port side to the rear of the boat. Has anyone experienced this issue and found where the leak coming from? Thanks Matt
Refurbishing a 2600 Martinique built in 1999 - located in Tauranga, New Zealand.

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Re: Martinique 2600 New Zealand - leaking AFT

Postby CptBill » Wed Sep 29, 2021 6:22 am

Welcome Aboard, first check any windows next deck drains, then make sure the bilge is draining to the stern. That's the simple stuff
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