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Posted: October 23 2012 at 10:17 | IP Logged Quote viviank

I have a 1985 Catalina 381.  The aluminum waste holding  tank sits mid ship parallel to the keel, resting on a wooden platform.  Water is dripping  from the forward end of the platform between the forward end of the tank and a bulkhead.  I cannot find the source of the water.  It is clear water, no odor, and the holding tank was just pumped for the winter, so it should be empty.  There are no leaks from any seacocks, or other thru hulls (transducers, etc.).  I can find no leaks in the water system.  None of the lower hull discharges are below the water line.   I can't find any traces of running water leading to the area.  I'm stumped.   It's hard to believe that there could be a crack in the bottom of the hull letting a geyser of water  through.  Of course, I can't see under the holding tank.  I haven't hit anything that I know of.   I am trying to get a slip neighbor diver to check it out, but of course the water temp's in the low 60's. Has anyone run into this problem before or have other ideas as to the possible source?   Thank you and I appreciate it. 

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