Before the high – UV stable resin – coating I reinforced the hull with 194 g/m2 2/2 fiberglass cloth. It is not necessary according to the plan, but you may apply it just for sure. Sanding the glass cloth is very hard procedure, so be sure that enough resin covers the fibre glass. I used the next method: first I covered the hull with low density epoxy resin before spreading the glass cloth. Just right after this, I covered the glass cloth onto the resin-wet surface without pucker. After covering the glass, I lubricated the top of the glass coat with resin using painting roll and plastic spatula. Very important to avoid the air bubbles under the glass. It needs pretty much force, but be careful not to make the coat ropy.

Cutting the cloth to the necessary length
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Before epoxy resin under the glass coat…
Before epoxy resin under the glass coat...
After covering and laying on the resin
After covering and laying on the resin
Not bad…
Not bad...

I don’t need an icebreaker but I reinforced the bow as the backbone.

Bow
Bow