I am sad to report she is probably done. We are but stewards of these beautiful craft, if we cannot adequately maintain them we should pass them to someone who can before they end up like this. A gentleman who owns a Trumpy and loves them financed an expedition to Islamorada with myself and another to raise her, hoping to take over and restore her. We did raise her. I am saddened to report she was in horrible condition before the storm with rot everywhere including the teak and in addition was found to have a worm ridden hull. The only way to adequately control the flooding was to cover the hull with plastic. Reports from others at the marina indicated she was living on a 110v pump well before the storm with her bilge pumps cycling when it couldn't keep up. The storm damage was minimal. Irma did not sink Tireless, she was murdered by neglect. We left her floating. Reportedly she will be towed to a waterfront bar where she will serve as overnight accommodations until she finally falls apart. This is beyond sad, it is in my opinion criminal.