I really like the concept of this boat - wooden, extremely simple, and home-built. They built it for about $70,000. I like the open pilothouse (for Florida anyway) and the small sailing rig. They designed the boat themselves. (No Naval Architect? ) They've lived aboard for a few years.
The hull is carvel planked over sawn frames; all structural members and planking are pressure treated pine with the most difficult to replace timbers being the heaviest treated (2.5 lbs/cu. ft.), while the planking is treated to a lesser degree (.4 lbs/cu. ft.). With the exception of the stainless steel ballast bolts, the hull is fastened with galvanized fasteners. There are about 4,000 pounds of lead ballast. The interior is varnished cypress, fastened with bronze fasteners.