I wasnt going to start this thread till it at least floated but...
Firstly I am no boat builder,I am just winging it and making it up as I go.
That said I spend a lot of time in a dingy and had a pretty good idea of what I wanted in one,low draft,high reserve boyancy,good stability.
Kits I managed to find were mostly too big 4.2m etc and cost more for the kit than I hope the entire build will cost me.
I started out by bending up a bit of scrap into a pontoon shape with our hand folders.
I subed out folding to a new cnc folding company as our hand folders dont like to do 2m plus folds,this turned out to be a major mistake but I am trying not to dwell on it.
Starting to tack up and weld out pontoons.
Scribble on the floor.
So if you can see that you will see she will be a bit barge like, maximize internal room and stability in a fairly short overall length.
Transom to bow 3300
External beam 1700, parallel 1800 forward before tapering to a relatively blunt bow.
Just seeing how things will look.
Port and starboard bow sections tacked back to back while welding the mitered joins to ensure they stay the same but mirror image.
Cut/check/trim/check/trim the bow miter.
Port and starboard sections will be individually sealed for a total of 4 sealed sections, I could see no practical advantage in sealing 6 chambers.
Thats as far as its got so far....Plenty of room for a cockup yet,I should be working on it now but the Wife is working so I cant really take the kids to work with me.