If you’re using a jigsaw to cut out the galley hatch, beware that the bulkhead is near enough to the cut to be affected by the jigsaw if you run it flush with the surface. If I were to do it again, I’d set the angle on my jigsaw to ensure it’s cutting perpendicular to the floor and not to the camper shell.
I’m going to try an epoxy fill to see if I can get a close enough match to the wood. It’s possible that the gutter may hide this defect, but I won’t know until I get that installed.
Has anyone figured out an epoxy/wood flour/cell-o-fill ratio to get the closest match to the Okume?
You could also go with some paper backed veneer. The stuff is great to work with cuts with scissors and you could cut a nice design into it to make it look like you meant to do it, ( I will never tell).