By the shot... it is nothing unusual. The hull is not level on a vertical plane here, so the top of the crossbar appears to be near flush and the bottom inset. That in itself is not a problem. You may be able to see a similar situation in the inboard side of the opposite hull. The hulls are made from the same mold. The molds get distorted over time. As the hull mold distorts outwards, the sleeve fit will not be the same.
I just can't see anything, but of course there is no "before" shot to compare to. I suspect that it is possible it was just noticed... rater than changed.
If the conditions are not challenging, you could have your guys sail it to see if there is some distortion under load. You might be able to see that by lifting one bow on the beach too.
But for now... I don't see a problem.