If I understand posts in this forum correctly Dave has purchased a wood power boat
recently constructed cheaply almost entirely of the local pine.
The boat is put of the water and has dried out.
There is some dry rot which he needs to fix and there are other issues that need to be addressed.
labour is available.
My suggestion is to saturate every part of the boat with epoxy
. Buy gallons of the stuff, get lots of gloves and make sure every bit of wood is well coated.
Get lots of cottom fibres to make epoxy glue and some microballons to use as filler.
Do not use anything containing solvent.
If all goes well you could end up with a strong dry durable boat.
Of course advice must be obtained from the WEST company before any decision is made.
I cannot see any other way in which a boat built cheaply of pine could be made servicable.