Hey all. This is the boat i asked the question about the rudder replacement on. The survey also showed a hole in the stem over a void with moist to wet readings in the hull. The hammer soundings were solid with no signs of delamination, osmosis or blisters in/on the hull. I'm just concerned because the hole is definitely below the water line and has allowed water to intrude into the layers between the hull. I know Hunter hulls are FRP and not cored with balsa. A friend had a drain put in at the keel on his Passage that he opens every summer when he hauls out in the Caribbean as he was told it's a good thing to do on older Hunters. I don't know as I'm new to Hunters **IF** I decide to buy this one. Anyway, I plan to have another hull inspection done on the 10th with a fiberglass/poly vinyl guy on stand by to look more deeply into it. I figure you guys would know the hulls of these Hunters better than most.