I am helping a friend with installing a Lewmar Standard Portlight, Size 0, in the aft bulkead of the cabin facing the cockpit. The bulkhead already has a rectangular inset. This will be gone when we make the cut for the window, no problem. But there is a gap of 2-5/8 inches between the bulkhead and the interior liner. We are working up a plan to fabricate a coaming to seal the gap between the bulkhead and interior liner. I am looking for ideas about how other have done this or how it was done at the factory. The current builder has not been able to provide any info. This is a pre-scrimp boat #174.
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This is looking from the inside look through a hole in the interior liner to the inside of the aft bulkhead. This is where the Lewmar port will be installed.