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    water in the bilge.

    asturbamaasturbama Grand Prairie TXMember Posts: 11
    Everytime i return to the ramp and open the drain plug i get about a gallon of water coming out. My boat is a 2002 GS 211 fun deck with center console. I come from owning a Regal with inboard outboard outdrive and the boat always took a lot of water and was common to have water draining for a while but im puzzled with my hurricane, where is the water coming in? One gallon dont worry me but will it get worst? Share your experiences


    • omar174omar174 Mid-Atlantic Member Posts: 167 ✭✭✭
      edited September 2015
      Last week I parked my 211 in my slip overnight. When I went to flip on the battery switch the next morning, I looked in the bilge and it was bone dry. 

      Which I thought was strange since other boats I've had always had a little water in there. 

      2003 GS211 Yamaha 150 HP OX66
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