I owned a 1964 Bahamas
Islander 24. You are definitely looking at fiberglass
Your first lesson is slow down and examines the problem. In your mind you want to peel back the onion. The picture of the overhead above the birth is your friend.
This is probably the 2nd latex paint
job and both took shortcuts in preparation. The uneven surface shows an area that should have been filled in or feathered.
If you want this to be the last time the interior
, take your pictures to a well stocked marine
paint store. Also take samples of peeling paint.
Think in terms of preparation and application. Scrapping, sanding
, and roughing up any remaining latex. Proper humidity.
filler where needed. Apply primer. Apply epoxy
Quote for cost of materials.
Eyes on by an experienced fiberglass marine
repair pro and get a quote with you furnishing materials. Eyes on some of his work. Pay him or do it yourself?
Last is timing. Is your boat
in the water
or on the hard
Good luck. You own a great sailboat.