Boat leans to starboard and port side settee space/floatation is wet? That's even worse. Looks like foam is totally encapsulated/glassed in. I suspect you are correct in the assumption that water got in thru the screw holes for the wooden bench tops. Unfortunately no real "quick and easy" way to just drain the water. Best answer is to remove wooden bench seat boards, the cut through top skin of fiberglass bench seat, remove all wet foam. replace with dry foam, reglass top back on, then re-attach wooden seat boards. I'd make the top skin thick enough in the area of where the screws go that the screws never actually penetrate the fiberglass skin...I think there is water inside the bench seat on the port side, and wet flotation. I think it gets in through the screw holes where the bench is screwed down. Once I have made the bench attachments watertight again what is the best method to drain the water/dry it out? Inspection port(s) on the the side of the bench? Drill a couple of small holes then epoxy them closed once its drained?
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