And much more difficult to get out!
Just finished up laying Carbonfibre in the forepeak. From the point of the bow back to where the forward bulkhead between the v-berth and the anchor locker goes. It is now all sanded smooth and layered in glossy black CF. It still needs another layer of epoxy to make it truly strong, but it is getting there and going forwards.
While I wish I could have done it all in one continuous sheet, it was just one of those things I had to do in sections. As it stands now, the very leading edge of the bow has it’s original ‘glass and then a layer of C/F on the outside below the waterline and then two layers on the inside. Hopefully if I ever run into something, Flirt will be strong enough to avoid getting holed there.
I need to order another couple of yards of C/F before I can go further sternwards.. but I can still work on getting the bulkhead done and the next layer of Epoxy over the carbon to make it all strong, smooth, and very shiny.
Now to get the epoxy hair net off