After 16 hours of board filing spread over two days, we had a few small low spots around the hull, or little dents in the fairing compound that needed to be filled. On Friday, these spots were sanded down, and the entire boat was sanded over with a finer 80 grit on the random orbitals. This got rid of all the large scratch marks from the 36 grit boards.
Then, Brendan and Dave went over the entire boat with a long batten to really inspect and skillful mark out any last low or high spots. The ones that were found are impossible to feel by hand, and only can be measured with this technique. These spots were again filled with fairing compound. This will sit over the weekend and we will sand it down again with board files. We should be nearing the end of the fairing process.
The MC-30 is looking very smooth.
Here is the week 16 time lapse clip: