planks opening after drying out
Hi I have a 30ft wooden bermuda sloop.
She was built in 1964 and the planks are splinned not caulked.
She has been out of the water for a while and the side facing the sun has dried out so much the seams have opened up but are stable.
Would I need to try and get some moisture content back into the timbers or not worry about it and bog the seams as I repaint?
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