When returning from a very pleasant evenings sails I was packing away the boat when I noticed some delamination on the inside of the hull near to the mast step, never a pleasant thing to find. The next day I took a Stanley knife to it and cut out the top layer of veneer in the offending area to discover that the lower layers were intact if a bit soft in one spot.
Fortunately we are currently experiencing some very hot weather and it was not long before the area was nice and dry. While I was sorting this out my Dad created a strip of oak veneer using his bench saw.
Next I had to cut and fit the veneer and glue it in place with a suitable glue, leaving it overnight with some pressure on the surface. I was quite pleased with the result.
Next I had to sand it down and then apply a couple of coats of west epoxy resin to complete the repair. I looks pretty good.