I am in the early stages of building the 19 ft Ohio sharpie. I just made my first scarf, two ten foot lengths of cypress 1x2 for the chin logs. Lets us hope it stays together when I bend it over the frames.
I am thinking ahead to the cockpit combings and wales. I want then to be bright. I have been wondering about butting and laminating door skins. I went to the big orange box today. They have what they call underlayment which is 5 mm thick, and three ply. The two outer plys are luan (Philippine mahogany?) about 1 mm thick and the center ply is something else, maybe.
Will this stuff stand up without delaminating? The combings and the wales are not important for strength. I would laminate two or three layers of this stuff.