Check the stantions in that area and also look to the hoses fitting and water tank for leaks. If someone forces water into the tank the psi can jump up enough to cause a crack.I am being reinitiated to boat life. Sorting through engine problems and learning about all of the systems on this boat (figuring out what works and what doesn’t). I plan to use this thread as a place to ask questions that pop up for fellow skipjack and skipjack 262 owners.
First question, does anyone have water seep into their closet compartment? I have only had the boat in the water for a week and have barely used it (see my reference to engine problems above), but the carpet inside the closet is wet. It must be rainwater. Are their known areas to check / seal to prevent rain water (and eventually spray) intrusion?
Never leave a hose on high and shoved down the filler on any boat. It's best to have the hose above he filler and there are several holder the do that now. If you force water into the tank even for a second the square inches at a few extra psi can be over a thousand pounds pressure over the top surface.
If it's a stantion it's best to loosen it and force 5200 sealer under it.
Least likely is the tank in this case because it would need to find a track into the closet.
Also if the window frame leaks its possible to see water in different parts of the cabin.