When you say that you put the brightside on new wood in the laz, did you put it over bare wood, or was it primed or coated with something before you applied the brightside?
If there was indeed moisture in the substrate that would cause the brightside to lift
. Normally it adheres well over the interlux single
part primers such as pre coat or over the two part primers such as epoxy prime coat or inter protect.
You would not want to attempt putting a two part paint such as perfection or awl grip over the bright side, the solvents and activator in the two part paints will cause the single
part alkyd enamel or modified polyurethane enamel to lift.
In no cases ever use a latex paint on a boat.
What you will most likely need to do is scrape off the loose paint sand it all down, let it dry and then re paint. If the wood was not previously primed I would recommend using Interlux Pre Coat under the brightside.
Interlux has a handy guide book "Boat Painting Guide & Color Card" that's available at most retailers. Their web site www.yachtpaint.com
is also a great resource.
Brightside is an excellent choice of paint, I've used it very successfully for many years, the key is good prep and you will have results you will be pleased with. Also for brushing or rolling using a bit of 333 brushing liquid will help the flow and self leveling of the finish. If your spraying use 216.