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Hi Guys, I have a 1991 Chaparral 1900sl that I just purchased locally. We took it today for the first time, & tried to launch it. Unfortunately we had water coming in, so we didn’t fully launch. After we pulled the boat out of the water, we noticed water in the middle storage compartment. We have no clue where or how water could even get into that part of the boat. (SEE PHOTO) Does anybody have any ideas or suggestions on how we can figure out how to source a leak when they are no visible cracks or anything on the hull of the boat? Any help or advice is greatly appreciated.
We are having water leak into the ski compartment, if you look into the compartment towards the bow, the wall at the end, you can see small streams of water coming down, when planing traveling around 30 mph I looked inside and it was dripping. Once we stop no water is dripping; however, it is streaming down the wall. Now we are talking about a massive leak, but enough if we ride for say 30 minutes and turn bilge on it empties water for about 10 seconds. Don't see any serious damage on the hull when inspecting on the lift or in water feeling the underneath hull. Can we make an ap
Take a look at these pic's. Anyone have the same issue? These were taken facing the stern. I have a 2010 216 SSI. I have to lift the engine compartment to view. I am the second owner. The previous owner dry docked stored in the winter, but kept boat in a freshwater slip for two summers. I picked the boat up this September. I noticed the scum line when we see tested the boat, but not the weep. I discovered the weep when I got it in the water for the first time. There are two identical fill holes ( that is what the local dealer said...) one on the Starboard side and one on the Port side. Th