I recently moved to a house on a lake and a prior owner (not the most recent one) left a 1986 Sunfish there. The prior owner was fastidious and I believe all the parts are there. But the boat has been unused for 15 years (the folk I bought the house from were not sailors) and I think it's taken on a lot of water. More seriously, some of the expanded polystyrene buoyancy material has decayed, where an inspection hole has been left open. I am a sailor, but have never owned a boat. I'm game for learning to maintain this Sunfish, but the advice on replacing foam buoyancy is intimidating, and I don't have a dry shop to put the boat in. Which option would you choose: a) sell the hull as is b) try to fix it myself c) look for a local enthusiast who'd like to help fix it up in return for launching rights?