Back again. Sooner than I expected. As per Jamie, I have sweetly varnished, fir sole boards in my dinghy and she's back in the water. But this year after the first rain left an inch or so of water beneath, I found a blister in the plywood on the inside floor panel. This is the bottom of the boat, so obviously it's structurally critical. I can't remember if it was glassed all the way inside (probably not since this happened - it is al la, Bolger tack-and-tape method). The boat is glassed entirely on the outside.
So the question is, how to best deal with this. Dry her out, open up the blister, flush with epoxy and then glass over? I will get a cover in a bit to preclude this sort of thing, but it oughta be able to handle some standing water here. Any thoughts?
Thanks - again.