mjk1040 wrote:Source of the post I don't think its the exhaust fittings. I believe they are lower than ur bilge pump location and if they were leaking would fill the chamber below ur bilge pump. Take the drawer and top out of the night stand and have a look around. I had the front shower sump with bad check valve and a hair line crack at the outlet port that was filling my forward bilge with the amount of water u r noticing. Also the shower sumps r not sealed and if ur float is not working all the time this water will overflow into the bilge. Used flex seal on the cracked shower sump box and no more water in the bilge.
MJK, thanks. I am just guessing myself. I will take a closer look over the weekend. But I am pretty sure its not shower sump, as the water is not clear. Annapolis water is brackish water, kinda brownish. And that's whats in the aft cabin bilge. But replacing the shower sump (both front and back) is in my list of items. Just haven't gotten around. As you suggest I will check all I can see in the back and report here once I can see anything.