Rails above the bunk are for ditty bags. I found mesh bags that were 30″ long at West Marine that I sewed a boltrope tape to. Now I have 4 nice mesh bags that slip into the grove and hold all of junk that is normally spilling on to the sole.
3m Premium filler or West System Eposxy + 406 colloidal silica – fill the holes – redrill – can you take on of the rivets out to see how long it is?
Your horseshoe, hmmm… should be hanging 180 degrees the otherway- promotes bad luck the way it is hung… Could it be for a port-o-pottie? As for the Red Knob….is that a fine mesh filter on the end? Where is it located?
THe “horseshoe” I don’t think is for a portapotty as mine is in the regular place.
The Red cone was laying in the boat box of miscellaneous parts. That is a plastic film I suppose has to be removed… Can this be a rudder bearing?
I did not touch my rivets before checking with you guys for ideas.
I like the mesh bag idea a lot.
Jean – Is the red cone a check valve? Is the inner cylinder independent from the outer except at the plastic film? If so, does the outer cylinder allow pressure in the inner cylinder out, without allowing air to flow the other way?
Thanks everybody for your your inputs. Just came back from the boat.
Lilya I like your mesh bags idea for the rails above the bunk and I will for sure “borrow” it.
Thanks Richard, that is indeed a horn. I blew on it inside the boat and my ears rang for the next 10 minutes… This thing is loud! And the “horseshoe” is indeed for a deck tiedown only the deck portion is no longer there.
Have a great week