I have a pretty large, static, curb mount skylight facing North. It is roughly 30" and 75". It is the original (home built in 1984). I cannot find a replacement. Velux and others do not make a unit this size. A bubble light might be an option, but I am not too keen on that.
In any event, in cold weather, condensate builds up, then starts dripping down the drywall at each lower corner where skylight meets ceiling. The skylight is "recesseed", it is NOT flush with the true ceiling. Looks to be about 18"-24" in depth from ceiling to base of skylight, but of course, on the exterior, the skylight does NOT sit off the roof this far, maybe 4-6" off roof surface.
What can I do to eliminate the condensate to eliminate the water damage?