I rarely criticize the very talented craftsmen at Hutchins, but the ports should not have been bedded in sealant on the interior side. Aside from tearing up the wood trim when you remove them, this can trap moisture when the ports develop leaks. The rule is seal the exterior joint only; leave the interior unsealed so you see leaks and so the leaks can freely run out and not be trapped behind the wood.
So far in my career I've removed and re-bedded ten bronze ports - four on my 19 and six on the 27.
Also: don't use 3M 5200 (too hard to remove next time) and don't use silicone caulk (contaminates the fiberglass and nothing will ever stick again). I like 4200, but there are plenty of other good options. Great way to start an argument in a boatyard.