I have added a few more picks of the work I have been doing.
The nose has been added to the floats and the glass tube included which is part of the fitting to take the brace for the spinnaker pole.
A 6mm long shank shackle is glued into the glass tube.
A 10mm silicon tube is used to ensure a path is maintained for the brace once the shackle is embedded into the resin.
A clamp is used to ensure the shackle finishes at or below the hull exterior surface. Giving a very clean look with just a couple of small holes. So there is an added benefit that the fitting does not interfere with fairing, painting or later on polishing.
The silicon tube pulled out quite easily after and I could double up a 5mm line and slide it through the smooth path left around the shackle. Therefore I can now pass a line with an eye splice through making it very easy to attach and detach the brace line.