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Question on fixing hull damage whilst underway.

Rappey

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In this video they try different methods of filling a hole.

 

pandos

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In this video they try different methods of filling a hole.

The method with the ply followed up by a ply patch on the inside all screwed in place with tecscrews would seem like a good option...maybe with a lump of epoxy or other self curing material in between.
 
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