The asking price
is quite high for that boat. No doubt he is trying to recoup the awlgrip job. It should be more in the low 30K range.
The windows will likely leak. If they are not when the the boat is stationary, they likely will when you are out sailing and the deck
twists slightly. The seal was never designed to last 30 plus years. Any tell tale water
stains on teak
trim below windows can easily be cleaned off making it deceiving for detecting any leak history
. Not a huge problem to fix however. I did it on mine. The trick is to completely remove the polycarbonate and re install it with a two part sealing adhesive
compound like sikkaflex 295 uv and the associated primer. Using the primer is key! Look on the outside to see if someone has added any screws. A sure sign that leaks
are being chased. The fact that silicone is on the inside already answers the question in my view.
The cabin sole
has been soaked at some point. Look at the water
stains on it.
Not a cored hull
, only the deck
. A very very nice boat to sail.