The time came for me to sand the third and final clear coat of epoxy resin on the upper hull.
I had been prevented from doing so by the failure of my Festool sander, so I had it repaired. It turned out that the brushes were worn out. I didn't even know it had brushes. Oh well, I suppose that three years of more or less constant use isn't bad for one set of brushes.
This is the sanded cockpit viewed from the starboard quarter.
And here is the view from the bow.
That's the upper hull structurally complete now.
This is in mid July and we could flip it now to work on the lower hull, but pandemic restrictions on social contact do not yet allow a crew to be assembled. So we just have to wait.