I decided I wasn’t going down without knowing what had happened. I dived between the engines and felt around where the water was coming in. I stuck my hand over the small raised portion of the bottom of the boat and tried to stop the water from rushing in. My hand alone couldn’t hold it, so someone threw me a rag. I stuck it in the hole and put my hand over that. That did the trick. The water slowed to a trickle, and the bilge pumps took over. Finally, after about 30 minutes of holding it down, the water was nearly gone, but I told the people around that I couldn’t hold it all night. My buddy Jason, who was docked nearby and watching, had a drain plug on his boat. He went and brought it to me, I put it on, and it did the job.