Finally! The warm weather has arrived in Downeast Maine, the “Honey-do” list is at a point where I have some wiggle room, and construction on my boat hull resumes!

In this video, I make templates for the plywood hull side panels, cut out the plywood panels, and install them in place with marine adhesives and screws. I was able to finish the entire port side this week. I still must trim the edges along the chine, sheer, stem, and transom, but that will come later.

I did not bother to provide any explanations about what I was doing and why because I thought it appeared fairly evident in the video clips. I also sped up the video so you would not have to sit through the longer, boring parts.

Here's the video: