The resin is the same variety commonly used to produce fiberglass baths, boats and many other uses.
The resin is unsaturated polyester, using methyl ethyl ketone peroxide (MEKP) as catalyst, cobalt solution for example cobalt octoate (Coct) as an accelerator.
It isn't often sold to consumers because it is too explosive and corrosive, the MEKP reacts explosively with raw cobalt, and it's dangerous to the eyes, it can cause blindness in 15 seconds if splashed in the eye.
The MEKP doseage is 1-2% per volume of polyester, depending on desired drying time. The cobalt is mixed first and dyes the polyester a whiskey color, you can dose it by color, the darker whisky color the faster it will dry.
Industry standards are 1% and 6% cobalt solution, 1% is dosed at 0.5% to 2%, however there is no way to tell without the product data sheet if the cobalt solution 1%, 6%, 10%.
MEKP and cobalt mix = flames
MEKP in eyes = blindness
wear goggles and rinse with water and go to hospital if you get some MEKP eye contact.
wear protective clothing and avoid skin contact.
"Cobalt octoate is the most reactive and most commonly used paint drier. Cobalt octoate catalyses the oxygen uptake and accelerates peroxide formation causing a surface film to form rapidly and hence known as oxidation catalyst. It basically a metal caroxylate used to accelerate the drying process like linseed oil. It accelerates the decomposition of the organic peroxide initiators (often called catalysts) and promotes the cross-linking of polyester resins.
Note that baths are finished with a gloss product called gel coat.