Hello, I'm glad I found your forum since I just purchased a Snark Sunflower 3.3 for a whopping $30. Best thing is, I was sailing it within 10 minutes of bringing it home and it sails just fine!! The only issue is that this boat has a stryofoam hull covered in ABS plastic. There are some smaller gashes on the bottom of the boat. When my brother and I tired to move it it literally weighed about 300 lbs. and it's advertised weight is 50lbs!!! Obviously it's retaining more water than it should. The boat was right-side up when it was sitting for sale, and filled with water. I have since cleaned it and turned it over to help any water trapped in the bottom of the hull escape. It's also worth noting that there is a seam that would be behind the rub rail if the boat still had one, that connects the top of the abs shell which is the inside of the cockpit to the bottom of the shell which is the hull. The ABS shell is still glued or adhered to most of the stryofoam near this rub rail portion but I am hoping that water will escape along this seam. I am afraid to seal it up with water still trapped in the hull. Any thoughts? Thanks again!