The inside of the hull was almost dry, though where dirt had gotten under bad fibreglass there was still moisture.
What was done (approx 5-6 hours):
- kept cleaning out the interior
- washed down some of the interior
- started removing bad fiberglass
- removed old timber under side and rear edges of cabin area
- removed most of the fittings from the dash (a very long history of screws and fixings were found)
- cleaned up inside the bow
- removed the old forward control box
- started to work out the attach plan. Am thinking - floor - dash and side of cockpit - flip and paint hull - paint interior - paint exterior - fit out.