My boat suffered considerable wear and tear (multi-length abrasions) to its hull last season due to repeated landings on rocky shores/beaches. In addition to other modifications to the boat (minicell seat, etc.) I now want to provide a better level of protection for the length of the bottom, approximately six inches either side of its centerline, tapering towards the bow/stern. The options I'm considering are (w/ questions):
1) Two layers of 6oz. fiberglass/epoxy (sanding advised?)
2) Two layers of dynel cloth/epoxy (w/ or w/o graphite?)
3) Any other abrasion-resistant material you might know of/recommend?
Any comments/suggestions/insights would be deeply appreciated.
Hope the winter's going well for you all. Far too much snow in Massachusetts,