Bernard Lavoie is making great progress on the first of two boat he plans to have ready for next season. He loaded the drawings into a CAD program, and judging by the fairness of his fuselage it was worth the effort.
He’ll have a little fancy footwork to get the side planks to fair into the stern block, but it is certainly is a nice trim little stern. Notice the temporary spreaders just forward of the second bulkhead. These will hold the stringers straight until the deck and bottom are on. Without them, there would be a bulge there caused by bending the stringers around that second bulkhead and pulling them into the stern block.
Isn’t great to have all these peeks into other people’s building spaces? It helps create a universality among those who build stuff. Workshops of the world, Unite!