Anchor locker hatch with cracked fiberglass on the left side - its very soft when you step on it
Detail of the fiberglass crack
Plywood core is wet and rotten, fiberglass was just peeled off without any adhesion
Detail of wet core
Wet core peeling off the hatch fiberglass
Clean hatch without plywood core
New marine plywood core (5mm)
Glassed plywood core with the epoxy peanut butter into the curved shape of the original hatch and overglassed with 600g/m2 fiberglass mat and white polyester resin. Now its damn solid and smooth to touch!
Anchor locker deck plywood core - PO tried to fix it, but its wet and rotten
...details of the unsuccessful fix
Grinded all loose fiberglass and wood on the sides of the locker
Deck view without plywood core
New marine plywood core (9mm) in place glued with epoxy peanut butter. Screws from the deck holds it in the place until its cured.
Then I put two layers of the glass all over the locker so there will be no leaks into V-berth anymore.
Now it's completely sealed anchor locker (all hardware sealed with butyl)
Painted with two part white polyurethane
Almost final look (still have to add new gasket and fix the lights wiring)
Cut the groove for anchor line (cleaned from the old gasket)
Final look (without gasket as I dont see a reason for it)