Stus-List Genoa track leaking on a '94 37/40+, can't seem to access underside?

David davidrisch75 at msn.com
Wed Mar 20 10:49:43 EDT 2019


When I ground out the headliner to get to the cabin-top under-deck (what a mess) to install my blade tracks, I had the boat yard fabricate a routed strip of teak to cover the whole mess.  Looks like it was always there.


David F. Risch, J. D.

Gulf Stream Associates, LLC

(401) 419-4650

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From: CnC-List <cnc-list-bounces at cnc-list.com> on behalf of Edd Schillay via CnC-List <cnc-list at cnc-list.com>
Sent: Wednesday, March 20, 2019 9:54 AM
To: Frederick G Street via CnC-List
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Subject: Re: Stus-List Genoa track leaking on a '94 37/40+, can't seem to access underside?

Bruce,

That is fascinating, On the Enterprise, there are holes with plastic covers all along that underside. I’m guessing the previous owner of yours sealed that all up. I wonder why.

I’m thinking you’re going to have to figure out exactly where the holes were and drill new ones (and get new caps) — spooking of which, does anyone know a source e to get new caps?

All the best,

Edd


Edd M. Schillay
Captain of the Starship Enterprise
C&C 37+ | Sail No: NCC-1701-B
City Island Yacht Club | City Island, NY

Starship Enterprise's Captain's Log<http://enterpriseb.blogspot.com/>









On Mar 20, 2019, at 9:27 AM, Bruce Whitmore via CnC-List <cnc-list at cnc-list.com<mailto:cnc-list at cnc-list.com>> wrote:

Hello all,

I saw a while back that Josh Muckley had taken off and rebedded his port side Genoa track, and had tightened the port side, in both cases eliminating leaks.  I have a slight leak as well, and tried some Captain Tolley's in the short term, and it helped but did not eliminate the issue.  I'd like to deal with it more permanently.  The issue is, I cannot seem to find where to access any of the nuts on the underside.  I've looked in the cabinets, etc.  Included are links to a couple photos.  In the last photo, you can see where the track is mounted immediately outside the fixed port, and from there, looking at the inside you can see where, if the nuts were going to be accessible, they should be immediately behind the wood "rail" that shields the small light above the fridge.

View of fridge and galley area.jpg<https://www.dropbox.com/s/3hovy6tapdb9i8m/View%20of%20fridge%20and%20galley%20area.jpg?dl=0>
View of underside of Genoa track.jpg<https://www.dropbox.com/s/7hukh2d9qel3o5a/View%20of%20underside%20of%20Genoa%20track.jpg?dl=0>
https://www.dropbox.com/s/lws3x9cz1lfw7as/View%20through%20fixed%20port%2C%20starboard%20side.jpg?dl=0

Any ideas?

I could try simply tightening them from the top, but I'd be concerned about spinning the nut on the underside and tearing up the sealant that is there, making the leak worse.

Looking forward to your insights,


Bruce Whitmore
1994 C&C 37/40+ "Astralis"
Madeira Beach, FL
(847) 404-5092 (mobile)
bwhitmore at sbcglobal.net<mailto:bwhitmore at sbcglobal.net>
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