Long time lurker, first time poster. In fact this forum's a lot of why I went out of my way to find a 14.2. Lots of good info here. Can't find advice on my specific question, so here goes. Apologies if already answered, please link me to any relevant posts. Boat's a Mod 2, circa 1992. Hull is in great shape overall, really hasn't been used much. I disassembled the hull drain because the plug is missing and there's some cracking/gouging around the screw holes. See attached. Inside of the hull seems dry peering in the drain hole. Haven't sailed it yet (obviously can't without a hull drain plug!) but wondering if cleaning it up and caulking around the drain fitting screw holes would be sufficient. Thinking of using 3M 3000 UV Marine Sealant so I can disassemble it in the future if needed. My understanding is that 5200 is basically a permanent bond, and I don't want that. Or is this in need of a more substantial repair to prevent further cracking or leaks? There's also some light cracking but no gouging around the self-bailer holes, and some others around the transom. Should I be concerned? Any advice is appreciated.