I purchased this sailboat from my old boss. It was in really rough shape cosmetically, but it floated and had good sails. The gelcoat was cracked, the lockers were spongy, the inside smelled awful, the wiring was a mess, and the wood was weathered. Add in a rusty trailer with dry rotted tires; it was not a pretty site. It took me a few months to restore the boat. I started it in late March so that when it came time to paint/epoxy/stain the weather would be warm enough.
I created a YouTube video of the process. I made a before/after video that covers most of the project. I'll post some in progress pictures below and a list of generalized instructions.
Obviously that is a really broad list of what I did. It was a lot of work. I bought most of the paint supplies from Jamestown Distributors. The Anti-fowling paint I bought from West Marine. The trailer parts I bought from Eastern Marine. All of the paint was actually applied with a high foam density roller. The Kiwigrip antiskid surface was applied with a special kiwigrip roller. I no longer own the boat as it was too much money to moor and I was not that great at sailing. Someday I'd like to restore an old yacht, but I will need a much bigger garage first.