James M. Cleary
I have a question. A couple of weeks ago we hit a rock near our Club. The strike was high up on the front of the keel. No damage was detected, no water coming into the boat. A diver went down to inspect the hull and found a softball size area of crushed fiberglass on the leading edge of the keel. I won't know until we haul the boat out if that damaged area has penetrated the glass into the lead of the keel. My question is: can I expect to find water now in-between the lead and the outer layer of glass? Is there space between the glass and the lead where water can accumulate?