I am building the skerry and have all but finished installing the rails. I have posted a few questions on frame positions, and epoxy finish. I am almost to the point of glassing the interior of the hull.
I have come to understand some of my challenges were due to my choice in sawhorses. I had some inexpensive plastic ones from Home Depot and some better ones. The cheap ones were shorter and I used them to stitch and glue the hull. After some time I have realized the reason I lost the "fairness" of the hull was due to the slow spread of the plastic legs of the sawhorses. One side of the horse legs may spread while the other didnt. The result was non level horses and as I moved and flipped the hull, undiscovered and under appreciated till gluing were done..
Anyway, I wanted to know if there were some ideas on doing some work to fine tune the fairness of the hull prior to final glass on the inside (outside done). There is still some flexibility in the hull and I thought if I say, tied it down into a more fair shape the glass may help true it some. Its not terrible but it is visible to the eye. I am hoping the name boat name "corkscrew" will be more amusing than painful.