With the jig done, it was time to fasten on the bottom of the hull. Lined up perfectly centered, the hull panel is held on with four screws through plywood pads and into two cross members on the jig.
I then squared up all the routed aligning indentations with a small chisel, and squared up the corresponding tabs on the bulkheads with a file, and then did a dry-fit of the parts. That was pretty neat - I can really get a sense of the size and shape of the hull now!
Before gluing any of that in, I need to finalize the centerboard case. I decided to epoxy the doublers on to the panels before installation.
The next pieces I need will be the solid stock for the ends of the case, and that's still getting epoxy coats, so is delaying the process. But that gives me time to think about where I want hatches.
And opportunity to keep applying fairing mix and smoothing that off the rudder and centerboard. With each iteration they get closer to done...