We have hull 72, and had a similar problem just after we purchased the boat in 2014. In our case, we had a lot of fresh water in the area where the water pump is located on our older boats, and gallons of water in the under floor area below the salon table. In our case, the seal on the water tank inspection port had deteriorated, and we had to remove the freezer and replace it. This is a good opportunity to clean your water tank as well.
Keep in mind that the inspection port under the sink area in the galley can also put water in the area you are finding it in when heeled to port. Until you have the time to check it, try keeping the water level below 600 liters when you sail, and you should not have any water escaping the tank. If you are still finding water when keeping the tank below 600 liters, I suspect you have a different problem.
We have a "well" in the pantry bilges
of our SM ( hull 69) : In higher waves, especially with wind from ahead , we
get water ( definitely NO saltwater) in the compartment with the freshwater
pump in front of the stove, continuing to the compartment underneath the sink
and then to the one underneath the steps. The only origin we could imagine is the freshwater tank inspection lid underneath the freezer, but we are not sure and don't see any connection
between this lid and the bilges in the pantry.
of dishwasher and washing machine are closed but most of the water is in this
compartment. We are afraid that we have to remove the freezer.Has anyone ever removed the freezer and can give us hints or a description of how to do it?
Did or does anyone have this water problem too? Any ideas of a
SM. Yin Yang