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Sinking boat

We are on a lake with a lot of boat traffic and waves crashing over the boat while it is docked has caused the rear of the boat to sink.  Anyone else on a lake with lots of traffic that have had this happen to them?


  • pineypiney TexasMember Posts: 45 ✭✭
    Wow !  That sounds like really close traffic if wakes are coming into your boat !  Is it in a marina area ?  Posted no wake zones ?  Perhaps a call to the local lake authority is in order.

    Many of our boats have factory automatic bilge pumps.  They are directly wired to the battery, bypassing the switches.  If there isnt one in yours, consider installing one.  Im sure folks here have a recommendation of a brand.
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