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  1. Chesapeake: I'd sawzall the sunfish. As others have stated, the foam is both for flotation and structural integrity of the hull. Usually two portholes (inspection ports) are fine on aluminum rail boats. One between the daggerboard trunk and splash rail and the other back at the transom, by the mainsheet bridle. The forward hole gets you access to the inside of the daggerboard trunk and mast step. Aft hole gets you rudder bracket, mainsheet bridle fasteners and (depending on how you do it) access for aft hiking strap fasteners. Once you split a hull you open up a huge can of worms. O
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