All good comments, thank you...
Just acquired the boat a week ago, claim no responsibility for the past but am correcting the past now.
Taking down more clamps to get take care of "singles".
They are all in positions that it would take a very concerted effort to put lots of side force on one. Isn't it 500 lbs lateral?
My last boat was a carvel planked and electrolysis
was a big concern with a common grounding in place to protect. These sea cocks are isolated by glass, is a common grounding needed? Could it be counter productive and introduce electrolysis
to the thru hulls that were isolated before?
I agree that these look solid to me. I threw a Progressive insurance
policy on the boat to get it insured but want to work towards a more "marine" policy which means a surveyor
signing off on the sea cocks. I think a good argument could made that these are solid even though not "ABC". Curious if anyone else has had to deal with non-flanged, surveyors and insurance