Then put a thin flat basecoat of normal white housepaint on top of that. In real it looks better than the photo suggests. Because it's a thin coat the gray fairing putty shows through. Also on the picture the paint is still wet and a bit shiney, highlighting the defects.
Below the anchorwell is fitted, but has to be taped yet. I only had a template for cutting the aft side of the well, and made the well fit by doing some measuring, cutting and trimming of the front end. Not too much work.
Painting the front side of the boat was a good experiment to decide on the kind of finish. I think with a bit more fairing and sanding painting the inside with flat paint would give a good enough finish without too much work. But I think I will go for a 'zolatone-finish', which should be better. I'll try to get some more informationg about zolatone.
But now I can stop working the interior for a while, because yesterday the beam mounts arrived. I hope to level the boat this weekend and start cutting the beam-mount openings.