I only got to work on the Scow 244 for a couple of hours today, and I was reminded that sometimes all that little “stuff” in a boat project can take one hell of a lot of time.
Before I install decking I need to finish up all the filleting I’ve decided to do, using epoxy filleting compound. It spreads on like peanut better and turns as hard as a rock. Also seals compartments. The best thing is, it covers up small errors! 😉 See above.
I also installed some of the pieces that will allow me to enclose the floatation chambers.
This is my first take on the decorative/functional bit on the bow. I think it is too small.