I am going to use Interlux Brightside polyurethane. Single part polyurethane. Can says it has Teflon in it, so it will resist dirt and abrasion and eggs won't stick to it when you fry them.
I got this off off yachtpaint.com (I think)
Anyway, at the suggestion of a couple of guys who have used this, I sanded all that s### off my boat, even a bit past the gel coat (beltsander from hell), then I used like 800 grit sandpaper to smooth it out somewhat, then I used a spray primer, that said 'filler' on it. Then I sanded with 1000 grit paper.
This paint is Buff color, kinda tan/orange. I used a small spongey roller and put it on 18' at a time, then used a really expensive brush to 'level' it out. I have done one complete coat, and I have to say, its awesome. My buddy told me to wetsand the crap out of it, and put another couple of coats on, so I'll let you know how it goes. He did his in Yellow, and I have seen it. Looks factory.
Oh yea, Dan, bought the 20 a couple of months ago, so building a Monster 14 is out. I'll let you know of the jib. I just came across a 'superjib' with battens the other day.