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Old 26-06-2014, 16:44   #1
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WM Seaworthy RIB

I have an older (1994) Seaworthy 9' RIB. I believe it was sold by West Marine back then. It has 2 Drain Plugs. One upper to drain the boat and one lower to drain the Fiberglass rigid bottom itself?

What is this plug for?
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Old 26-06-2014, 17:22   #2
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Re: WM Seaworthy RIB

The space between the liner and the hull. You could wear a hole in the outer hull or a tape leak along the edge and drain it, where as our rib would sink
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