Hi folks, So I've found enough material here to know that my "Seahorse" is a pretty good imitation sunfish, so I'm loitering here for resources. The rudder is cracked, and I like a good project so I thought I'd build. But, I'm getting a lot of different ideas: marine plywood, teak, white oak, mohagany, etc. It's going to be dry sailed so I don't think it's going to be soaked too often. I have some fiberglass experience as well. I've seen one project with two plywood halves sandwiched together with foam sprayed inside, and then it was fiberglassed. My rudder is cracked, but the areas where hardware goes through isn't too bad. Q: Could I put a few layers of cloth and resin down and re-finish the existing? It would still fit in the hardware. I'd also need this process for the daggerboard as well--same issues. Thanks for being patient with a new guy.