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Posted: January 03 2007 at 12:56 | IP Logged Quote Furman1

The window leaks on the upper salon can be corrected by putting a water diverter on the roof just above each of the side windows and directing the rain water away from running down the window. I made my diverters out of 3/4 corian (starboard will work also) about 2 inches high and about 1 ft longer than the window on each end and glued them to the roof. This greatly reduces the amount of water that would normally run down the window.

I also had a problem with water collecting on the flybridge in the corners of the upper helm. I corrected this by taking a piece of 1 1/2 pvc and splitting it in half. I then cut a half round hole in each corner of the helm and on the outside of the helm to slide the pvc thru. After caulking all the edges to make a water tight half round tunnel for the water to escape, I no longer have water standing on the roof or seeping under the flybridge.

If you have a problem with these items I hope this helps.

Furman



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