Hello everyone! Long time, no post from me... Here is an update on the progress so far. Building the boat is time consuming, to say the list. A couple of pictures. Both sides are at the same stage now, this picture was taken a couple of days before I filleted the left hand side. Standing on the side to take this pic! The white band in the middle is a off cut of the glass cloth I am going to use to sheath the boat. As an aside, for those who love old tools, I found this wonderful pair of tailor's shears in an antique place. It needed five minutes to be re-sharpened. I'll be using it to cut the glass cloth. Glass cloth is tough on scissors and this one cuts perfectly. I love old tools! As a bonus, it cost less than 1/2 the price of new ones. A few stats: 36' long, each sides 3' wide, I estimate the weight of each sides to be about 400kgs. There are about 100' of filleting on each sides and about 400 stainless screws and bronze ring nails on each sides. Not really useful to know any of that, but it's interesting... If you're interested, there are more pictures on my blog, with more on the construction so far.