Originally Posted by daniel2003
& say the transom is quite squishy & delaminated & the plan is to replace the floor & transom & put a layer of glass along the entire keel to beef it up & deal with the holes from inside then glass as required on the outside then re gelcoat the bottom of the hull between the chines down to the keel. I am unsure about filling the flloding hull or not.
if your plan is to replace the transom & floor, it would be important to leave the outside of the transom, and rebuild the transom from the
outside to the inside. Reason is to avoid to get a "twist" in the hull when cutting the whole transom out.
Here some pics of a project in germany, similar to your plan.