Boatwright and YouTuber, Andy Miller, left a lot of people wondering how he would repair the holes in his fiberglass helm station. He wants to reconfigure the layout of his instruments and electronics and needed to start with a clean surface that would allow him to drill new holes wherever they fit best, without being constrained by an old hole pattern. This is a common problem amongst boat owners as they look to keep up with the latest technology and systems that make boating easier and more enjoyable. The console is an important spot on the boat and deserves an organized and well-planned layout that will minimize cord clutter and maximize display and driving area. Check out how he gets the holes filled and then fairs it and covers it in gelcoat so it can be treated as a blank canvas for a new layout.