I really wish I had gotten you guys pictures, but I was too busy having a heart attack. In the midst of the build, the Marina--which has been lovely with us btw--comes to us and says "we're shifting boats around and we need to move your hull." My face must've dropped, because that was followed up with "Is that a problem?"
See, here's the thing. The hull is, of course, currently inverted getting prepped for fiberglass. There is virtually no internal bracing at this point, and won't be until we flip her. So the idea of putting the hull in a sling is kinda scary. I had all sorts of images in my mind of the sides simply collapsing.
|At this point, it's just a big box.|
So with me gnawing my fingers, they put the hull in the sling and moved the thing a dozen yards or so to a new location. It flexed. I could see it flexing. But in the end everything was fine, and the new location is frankly easier to work with.
So today is more sanding and filling, and hopefully tomorrow we'll be able to tape the seams, then fiberglass the entire hull the day after.
We make progress.