Folks, as first time builders my wife and I have followed all instructions meticulously in the Skerry build. Our exterior hull came out beautiful in Hataras white, but our final third coat of epoxy on the interior gave us a fit. The first two coats were flawless. The last coat was prepared exactly as the first two on a good non humid 80 degree sunny day. Yet for some reason, the epoxy set up much quicker and resulted in a coat with thousands of "dimple mounds" (for lack of a better term); perhaps they're fish eyes? We've resigned ourselves to sanding them down smooth, and my question is, will we need to apply a fourth coat of epoxy before varnish or will our third highly sanded coat be adequate? For what it's worth, our sanding so far hasn't resulted in exposing any of the glass in the lower planking, but I fear we will simply not be able to get them all out. Will the five coats of varnish help fill any very shallow craters left after sanding Thanks, Bob H.