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Keithidd
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Hi all , I’m new here so be gentle with me lol I have a burmuder 34 never had one before so need any info on these boats, would really like a manual on the boat, how tanks work what things are etc hanks

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Hi and welcome to the forum. You won't find a manual for the boat, but there are a couple of forum members who are Bermuda owners, who may be able to help you out.

Here is a link to some info on the builders (FB Wilds) including the Bermuda 34.

Steve. CM1 and NR12

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Hi Keith Suggest you remove all the screws on the hand rails one at a time and reseal with mastic then screw back in they are known to leak and rot the plywood core, you may be able to get a maintenance book for engine, gearbox, toilet and heater but otherwise you will have to write your own manual, or find someone that has all reading done this, make notes when you find out what each item does as you go along and make your own. John

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Hi John thanks for your info, do you mean the rail that runs all around the roof on the boat ? Just joined the forum and had lots of answers which is gr8, chat again soon Keith

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Hi Keith Yes the hand rails, they don't seal them when new and continued use loosens them, then water gets in over time and rots the plywood core it would also be a good thing to scrub the bilges out then give a couple of coats of eggshell emulsion this will keep damp down and smells and help to stop osmosis if you haven't already got it. John



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