I have an old glass kayak purchassed in 1971 from the Foloboat company. It is not an elegant craft and I have suplimented my little fleet with a P&H from the UK and a rotomolded light touring craft manufactured in the USA. The Old Foloboat is basically a white water design in which I installed a CLC skeg kit this summer. It now goes very straight in waves, wind and tide. It is a dry boat, but I would like to be able to secure a Seals spray skirt just the same. This will require some sort of "lip" on the outside of the 2 to 3" high cockpit rim. Any suggestions? I really enjoy the boat, and feel very comfortable thrashing about in it on day trips. I am comfortable with the process of melding wood to glass, and have considered 1/4 round ash. Is there something like an extrusion that might work better?