Vessels port engine was removed for repairs causing the boat to list to the starboard. It was found that the port engine shaft seal bellows split at the seam, allowing gallons of water to enter the bilge. The starboard engine was pickled when raised but the current condition is unknown. The port engine was re-built and will be picked up at a different location.
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