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  1. So here I was chasing Albies with my bud Riddler about a half mile off shore last Sunday and my Adventure 16 seems to be acting a little sluggish in the 2nd hand stability department. So I open up the crotch hatch and look down n' see water but don't really give it much of a whop because....we've been at it since first light and now it's about 11AM with plenty of Albie A$$holes in the chase. We land later around 45 minutes later with the South wind ramping up. Upon further inspection there's a lot of water....I chalk it up to typical funny fish chasing but The Riddler knows better and inspects the drive well only to find a crack.