Here are some process pictures of the boat before paint and during paint. We did not take any during the prep process cuz they are pretty boring but the short of it is, we sanded the boat completely down, fixed a bunch of stress cracks along the wind faring with epoxy and fiberglass. Then we shot the entire boat in a white epoxy sealer made by SPI or southern polyurenthanes. I have tried numerous top brands of selaers, primers and clear coats on these large scale overall boat paint jobs and man, nobody holds a candle to the afforablitity and quality of SPI products. I would pay the higher price for their products but being able to get the best for reasonable prices makes it even better. With that being said here are some pictures of the many layers that eventually transform the Scarab into a modern machine.