When my laser had a leak it spent two months of water in the hull and has got considerably heavy and is damp inside. Does anybody know the best way to dry out a laser hull and loose the extra weight from water absorbed into the fiberglass.
The Intensity fan gizmo looks like it would pump a lot of air in the hull. You would need an equal-sized opening, preferably on the other end of the boat, to allow air to escape. Otherwise it's going to try to inflate the hull.If you left the transom drainplug open would that be sufficient enough to get air to circulate from the bow to stern? Another problem that I am faced with is there is no electricity in the shed my boats is being stored in as it was an old farm shed for cattle that my grandparents own.
Repeat - Extreme Care should be taken not to block the inspection port when the vacuum is running. If it is blocked even for a second, the hull could collapse because of the pressure differential. I usually tape the hose to one side to insure maximum air flow into the hull.Does it need to have 2 have two inspection ports? I only have one forward of the cockpit could that damage the boat.