I'm hoping to avoid getting a another hull, I'm located in canada and the market for parts here isn't all that big.
I've got time to try and fix it, plus access to an industrial grade vacuum pump and lots of resin
I know the vacuum setup is used on larger fiberglass boats if they delaminate, has anyone ever tried such a method on a small scale?
As for use, its just for gentle days on small lakes, so its not going to ever see a proper ocean wave, it'll also be a while before I'm comfortable enough on it to get it on one hull. Even patched it might be enough for a little while, long enough to keep fixing it or find replacement parts.
Oh, and its the top part of the hull thats delaminated (from bow to aft pylon), the sides seem fine (I knowthats not saying much).