What do I have, and where do I start
Hi All, I know this is a Flying Scot forum. However, I have an older Gordon Douglass #112. I believe it is a precursor to a Flying Scot. This boat was “rescued”, from a field where it had been exposed to the weather for several years. One person who saw this boat said, “that is one ugly boat”! I took it sailing a few times last summer and it performed well, didn’t take in any water. I have been reading the posts about painting the bottom, hull and deck. Several of the posts describe the gel-coat, bottom paint, fiberglass and other layers. How can I tell which layer I am looking at? What are the Light blue and red layers? Is bottom paint only put on the bottom ant up to the red waterline? What type of paint would I use for the red waterline and the upper hull? Since I only sail on freshwater lakes I don’t think I will need an anti-fouling layer. All comments and suggestions are welcome. I will attempt to attach a few pictures. Thank you, P.s. how do I add pictures? Stillnlearning New owner of a very old FS.