Got a bad case of butterfingers this morning and bashed the coaming of my boat on my roof rack. The gelcoat is gouged right down into the fibers. There's two inch long pieces missing from the top, but the underside of the coaming is intact, as far as I can tell. Any suggestions of how to fix this up would be appreciated. I'm trying to decide if I should attempt it myself, send it out to a "professional", or just burn it down and claim the insurance.