I'm at a point to where I am going to install a new interior
in my Triton. The only thing left in the boat is the primary bulkhead under the mast
My question is this: What paint
I am looking for something that is both durable...and cost effective...I'm not looking to re-invent the wheel
.. The parameters that I am working with is to re-fit her in a "painted Herreshoff style" w/cherry trim. At the moment I am leaning towards Okoume w/Marine glue. More then likely 1/2" through out.
If you recommend "MDO", how do you address glassing/tabbing over the paper film attached?
Although I have used teak plywood
in the past on various projects, I don't have the "practical knowledge from use" on what kind of plywood to use on a total re-fit from the hull
up. I have also considered using a marine
grade (Okoume?) for bulkheads and the like while using off the shelf pine (not fir) with exterior glue for the smaller pieces and parts
Any supportive thoughts are openingly welcome.
FWIW: The first pic is for illustration purposes only for an interior
with painted bulkheads while the second is the intended layout I will use when I re-install the interior.