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Machpoint005

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  8. Of course, the OP would want to avoid renaming their boat. Instead of Calando it could be Con Fuoco.
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  13. And there you have a problem in itself. Our first boat was a Jonathan Wilson shell with just such an arrangement, and water puddled on the roof because the "correct" location of the gaps in the handrail either side varied according to the boat's attitude (how full the water and diesel tanks were). That meant the roof had to be partially rubbed down and repainted, over and over again. When we were looking for our present boat we found a very strong candidate, but it was another Wilson (much newer) and had exactly the same problem. That was one of the many reasons we ended up with a Colecraft, and I note that other posters also saw the virtue of good design! Yes, it should be, because we're not talking full penetration welds, but it's a great advantage if you have rock fibre insulation rather than plastic foam ... you know, the stuff that isn't supposed to burn. I recommend a fire-watcher inside the boat. Or new batteries in the smoke alarm.
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  21. Similar arrangement on our Colecraft cruiser stern. It works very we'll, but the cruiser deck drainage also works properly.
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