Folks, another Skerry question, though it might be applied to any boat with an exposed interior hull that has been stitched and glued.
We followed all instructions on filling stitch holes on the exterior hull and they turned out fine, given that the hull will be painted on top of three coats of epoxy.
However, we still see the holes in the interior hull as dark little pinhole dots, which will be coated with three coats of epoxy and then varnished for the natural wood finish. I don't see how these holes will become invisible with epoxy and varnish coats. I'd rather not see them and wonder what others do to eliminate those little visible stitch holes? If anything? Painting isn't an option and I'm wondering if they're just an acceptable design feature? Thanks, Bob