I have a 1970 Sunfish I am restoring. I have run into yet another problem and would appreciate some feedback on how to fix it. I was cleaning the boat this evening and noticed a soft spot at the front, center point of the splash guard. I took the splash guard off to get a better look at it and saw there is a crack running abeam. The crack is about 4”-6” long. It is very close to some of the threaded inserts for the splash guard screws. When I apply some pressure to the area I can see the deck lower at the crack. The crack is very thin right now. I would rather not go cutting a hole in the deck if I don’t have to. I’m considering placing an inspection port near the crack. I would then turn the boat upside down and try to apply the resin and matting to the inside surface. I have a feeling this would be very hard though, and that I would probably end up getting resin everywhere but on the crack. If anyone has a good idea on how to make this repair please let me know. I do know how to cut a hole in the deck, insert a backing, and glass it in, but I am hoping someone knows a better way. Thanks for the help.