First, I will refer to a previous post boats-are-easier-than-carpets
I decided that it would be better to remove the first laminate, and replace it with a correctly sized one, rather than try to just add more laminates and fair them down.
There is a concern that White Oak does not Glue up well with Epoxy.
I am no longer concerned about this. My Epoxy glues my White Oak just fine.
The only way to remove the laminate turned out to be cross cutting it down to the glue line every 1/2 inch or so, and chipping it out with a chisel, just like cutting a housing for a lap joint.
Even doing this, in most places the wood did not come off at the glue line, A sander with 80 grit will tidy up the mess this weekend.
I used some scrap ply to see how much extra material I need on the chine to ensure that the side and bottom planking meet at most at a 180 degree angle. It's about 5/8"
At least I think know what I need to do now.
I suspect some more time in the Thinking Chair before I set to it.