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What do you do?
Then make a quick visit to your local auto-shop and get some auto rubbing compound, some t-cut and some polish. Start with the rubbing compound, small areas, work slow (not in the sun) .rubbing it out. Then go to the t-cut, and by the time you finish with that it should be both flat, and totally sparkling, just as if you sprayed it.
I have to say, the thing about polishing is that it won't rescue bad varnishing, and to be honest, the better the varnishing is to start with, the more difference it will make, but if you do have a good base that has been spoiled by a less than perfect topcoat, you might get away with it.
Of course if you want it to look perfect then polishing will do it for you, but it is a bit of a fag and do watch out, my big sis polished the decks on my Jollyboat before a big event in Cowes and as soon as they got wet, my bum lost all grip and every time we hit a wave, I just slid down the whole way to the transom eventually I had to get my crew to trapeze with one leg either side of me just to keep me from falling in.