Photos of the construction process.
  • Construction begins with the hull.
    Construction begins with the hull.
  • I used staple-less construction.  It eliminates the tiny marks made by staples, but greatly increases the build time.
    I used staple-less construction. It eliminates the tiny marks made by staples, but greatly increases the build time.
  • The final strip is placed in the hull.
    The final strip is placed in the hull.
  • The hull is fiberglassed.
    The hull is fiberglassed.
  • The boat is flipped over and stripping of the deck begins.
    The boat is flipped over and stripping of the deck begins.
  • Part of the deck pattern.
    Part of the deck pattern.
  • The deck is complete. It looks rather messy before sanding.
    The deck is complete. It looks rather messy before sanding.
  • The deck is sanded.
    The deck is sanded.
  • The deck is fiberglassed.
    The deck is fiberglassed.
  • The inside of the hull has braces so it didn't lose its shape during a move.
    The inside of the hull has braces so it didn't lose its shape during a move.
  • The interior is fiberglassed.
    The interior is fiberglassed.
  • I used strips to build the cockpit coaming.
    I used strips to build the cockpit coaming.
  • The coaming is fiberglassed.
    The coaming is fiberglassed.
  • The entire hull is sanded.
    The entire hull is sanded.
  • Varnish goes on the deck.
    Varnish goes on the deck.