prince rupert 2 Posted August 19, 2022 Share Posted August 19, 2022 Good afternoon knowlageble people. The existing cockpit drain system releases through an under the water line throughhull. Terrible i know.....it means the seacock needs to be open while on the mooring. This not good and i would like to change it with two transom drains above the water line. One for each tack. The cockpit floor is few eanches above the water level (i still need to measure properly) so, there is room to make it happen in my opinion. The question would be where to locate them so that on both tacks the cockpit would drain if water boarded. Do the lines need to point outwards (port and starboard a bit)? Thinking of heeling here. Also the exhaust outlet is in that general area. How close or far should i be from another through hull to mantain structural integrity? One more thing...does anyone know what kind of deck - hull joint is on a cav 32. Cheers guys! Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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