you're not seriously contemplating buying a boat online?
If you are, then heed the advice offered by Diodorus Siculus. In fact, the site doesn't even have to include the E&OE statement - they do not have to sell at the advertised price until and unless you offer to pay it and they accept your offer.
The golden rule, always inspect a boat or any type of water user craft before purchase, unless it is brand new with a good sound warranty, from a reputable/checkable source.This also applies to motor power, like an outboard or inboard engine.
If it does turn out to have a porous hull you can always return it under the distance selling regulations. That's if it's not at the bottom of the sea. I wouldn't fancy the return postage or cost of packaging though.
In view of the numerous appalling spelling errors, which don't exactly inspire confidence, might be worth making enquiries through the Bristol Chamber of Commerce's secretary regarding wet-windy's status: