I've been reading Inspecting the Aging Sailboat and picking up some interesting tidbits.  Here's one that I'd never thought of, though it's blinding obvious when you think of it: evidence of water below a port  indicates a leak that will need repair, while evidence of water below an opening hatch means only that a wave or some rain came in before someone could get it closed.

Here's one of the new books we just got.  We're fired up about the classical approach for Audrey and this book is a sort of meta-curriculum for it by a couple of very smart women.