The skeg was filleted to the hull with epoxy thickened with fine sanding dust, and then glassed. I then added one more coat of epoxy to the entire hull to fill the weave of the cloth, and lifted the hull off the forms to start on the inside.
Now I can start sanding the inside of the hull to get it ready for fiberglass and epoxy. About 8 hours with the first 60 grit discs and then about half that with finer paper to provide the smooth surface for glassing. I have earmuffs that connect to my I-pod, to stave off boredom.
Rick Crook of Oyster Bay Boats Pender Harbour BC