And when I say asymmetric, the two sides of the hull curve differently from the centerline. At the midpoint of the sides, they are exactly equidistant from the keel batten, but further towards the bow, there is a measurable difference (1/2 inch), and the transom is wracked. Obviously, the two sides bent at different rates when I pulled them together to attach the transom, and one side is further towards center than the other at the stern.
Aesthetics aside, will this have an impact on the functionality of the boat? I am referring to the WB Lumberyard Skiff.
Any advice is appreciated.