I'd been noodling out a more perfect (for me) power boat and posted the final design here last June:
I finally got around to starting the lofting in July and got the wood & 6 gallons epoxy in mid-August. It has taken until now to get the frames, keelson and stem setup and glued together. Go slow now so you can go fast later is my new rule so I'm getting two coats of epoxy on everything and sanding with 220 before gluing the part into the boat.
The frames and stringers are 7/8 Sassafras, keelson is a layer of the 7/8 Sassafras and a layer of 3/4 Meranti ply. The three bulkheads are 1/2 Meranti ply with a 1/4" layer of Sapele glued on to the show face. I wanted to use 3/4 Sapele ply but the stuff they had at Johnson Lumber was only 5 ply with paper thin Sapele faces and weighed a ton. The veneered bulkheads look nice but were a pain to make. I should have looked harder for decent Sapele plywood.
Next step will be to set up the curved, raked transom blank and project the hull shape onto it from bulkhead 9 and mold 10.
Sides will be 3/8 Meranti ply glued lapstrake, bottom will be cold molded of two layers of 3/8 Sassafras. Chine flats will be strip planked with 3/4 Sassafras. There's a lot of fairing to do before the planking starts though.