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scarpen
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Posted: February 09 2007 at 15:58 | IP Logged Quote scarpen

I have a 2004 Ebbtide 2500 Mystique mid-cabin cruiser.  I have been having a problem with water coming into the anchor locker and working its way into the storage lockers under the V-berths.  Is anyone out there either having or has had this kind of problem.  I am picking up the boat again from the dealer on Monday with the repairs only being done on the interior on the anchor locker and under the V-berth storage areas; they say they are resealing these areas.  The dealer cannot give me an answer as to where the water is coming from in the first place.  This is their second attempt to repair the water leakage problem.  I thank everyone with any help with this ongoing problem.

Thank, Steve

 

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camp180
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Posted: December 09 2007 at 20:45 | IP Logged Quote camp180

I had a Campione 180 that would always be wet when I first got it.  The first part that I found that leaked was the cover.  All of the seams that were sewn were only stitched once.  There would be water running down the cover and getting through the seams and dripping right down the center and along the windshield.  It would work its way down the drivers side floor and end up going the the battery compartment in the bilge.  There was a guy who did canvas and he double stitched the cover.  It never ended the wetness.  I ending up buying an aftermarket cover and that took care of that.

The other spot that leaked was the horn.  Once we got caught in the rain and I watched it run down the inside of the boat.....  I only use the aftermarket cover that I bought after I saw that. 

I liked the look with the supplied covers but hated a wet, stinking boat. 

Hope this helps.

P.S. I just bought another Ebbtide.  A 2100 Sport Cuddy, 2005 leftover.



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