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Old 08-07-2020, 09:42 PM   #1
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Vessel Model: Mainship 390
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2003 Mainship 390, Excessive Rain Exposes Leaks

With all of the rain we have had in VA it has exposed a couple of leaks on my 2003 390 Mainship.

One is a slight leak coming from my escape hatch over the v-berth. I have tried tightening the latch handles, we'll see but seems to help. Has anyone changed the gaskets on the three boat hatches? If yes, where to purchase and how difficult is it to change out?

The second leak is a drip coming down over the right side of the head sink and lands between the edge of the sink and the shower plexiglas. If you look up at the ceiling you see a space which is just below a pilot house glass window. Maybe the glass gaskets are leaking. I can see where some prior caulking has been done between the glass and the gasket. Has anyone changed the gaskets on the pilot house windows? If yes, where to purchase and how difficult is it to change out?
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