I hope not to be too much of a drain on this forum, but I have many items to repair, and I am restricted to repairs that will allow me to continue to sail in the frostbite series on weekends, and that can be carried out in outdoor winter conditions. 1. The hull is overall good, watertight, but has several gouges and nicks that are down to the fiberglass; gel coat repair should cover those but how urgently is that needed? 2. The mast hole has a deep indent/gouge about 5" from the bottom, which may also be a crack, but it's not visible (the lower mast section snapped clean at the vang tang). I should fill, make watertight, and smooth, but how can I confirm that it is not cracked? I filled the well with water and that seemed to remain full, but I worry... 3. The toe rails are both snapped in several pieces, requiring replacement, the screws seem tight, not stripped. 4. The centerboard and rudder are nicked, deeply scratched, ground down though the paint on the leading edges; will they soak up water (adding weight) if exposed, should I refinish/paint? With what products? 6. Gooseneck fitting has hole very elongated - should I replace? The main sheet boom fittings have already been replaced, due to their being pulled out of the boom. I want to keep the boat light and pretty, and of course class legal. Any suggestions are welcome. Oh, the wreck? Google Severn Sailing Association news, or use this link: News - Severn Sailing Association Any assistance is appreciated.