Thats the good news. The bad news is that when Gannet is floating it now leans badly. I suspect it is the weight of the gangway. It is leaning the ship right onto the pylon. Not sure what to do about it yet. I suspected that it might be a lot of water in the belly of the boat that was now moved to one side by the gentler lean caused by the gangway. So I stripped the floor off the engine room floor to check out the tanks below and it did not seem to have enough water in to make such a difference.
So I am a little puzzled as to what the cause is. The gangway is heavy but I am surprised it is heavy enough to cause this on its own.
Tomorrow is a big day. Its down to screw fix. Buy a shed load of 10mm power cable and time to wire up the power to the boat. If it goes well then I should have boat wide lighting and power to sockets throughout the boat. I can then try and get the bilge pumps working and if that does work then I can start to pump out both the water tanks and the water under the engine room (I think it is just cooling water).