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Old Yesterday, 09:51 AM
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Water not draining out of bow compartment

So I took a pretty large rolling wave over the bow of my x15 this weekend, I know that it happens but what surprised me was the amount of water that stays under the bow seats. When I was cleaning up the boat when I got home I looked in the bow compartment and there was about 4 inches of standing water that I had to remove with a plastic cup. Is that normal? Shouldn't there be a way for the water to find its way to a bilge pump?
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Old Yesterday, 09:58 AM
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There should be weep holes down to the bilge.
Carpet liner may have clogged it
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Old Yesterday, 10:01 AM
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Oh well that would make sense, i will check to make sure the holes are clear. Thanks for the reply!
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Old Yesterday, 10:03 AM
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Also note in the ski locker and the other side lockers, you can get standing water as well. There is no drainage from any of these spaces. One would think that drainage would have been designed for these areas. I use a wet/dry vac after use.
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