I am looking at building a Skerry but I have a design modification idea and wanted to see if anyone who has already built a Skerry might have some input. Two things I noticed about the design is there is not a lot of buoyancy if the boat is capsized, and there is nothing to brace your feet against while you row in the aft rowing position. Also the aft and forward bulkheads are not symmetrically placed in the boat, the aft is farther back. Has anyone tried to duplicate the forward bulkhead and forward seat panels and use them in the aft of the boat? This would make the bulkhead placement symmetrical, increase the sealed airtank capacity for capsizing, and provide something for the aft rower to brace their feet against. This would only work of course if the hull was symmetrical which at least from the pictures it appears to be.