Originally Posted by ancientmariner
I think your problem may stem from asking for molds. What do you mean by molds? All you need is a comprehensive marine catalog, i.e. Vetus, and some above average mechanical skills. Cutting holes in a sea-going vessel is serious stuff. If you are very familiar with glass work, the results of breaching the integrity of a hull, then go for it. Otherwise, find a professional that knows his stuff, is insured, and can leave you with a water tight deck and hull that will get you back to port when the going gets tough.
Thanks for your help. Fortunately we are not total idiots and have a staff of fully qualified individuals on this project. As far as finding anyone in the marine fiberglass business in Florida who is "insured".... still laughing at that one... You were kidding, right??