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Post: "Hull Liner Delamination?"

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Bud Taplin
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I have not heard of that particular problem before. The cabin sole liner should be bonded to the hull, but it may have come loose. You would need to check all around the bonding locations of the cabin sole liner. Otherwise, you may need to drill some holes with a 2" or so holesaw, and bond the liner to the hull, such as recommended for the engine pan liner.

The other possibility is that the plywood reinforcing of the cabin sole liner has become saturated with water, and possibily delaminating from the fiberglass.

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