I've read in the Forum and other places that in order to produce the stiffest hull with strip planking you should sheathe both the inside and out side with fibreglass and epoxy. However, other sources have said that if the wooden core gets wet through a break in the outside sheath then the wood may never dry and rot will set in.
Is it better to sheathe both sides or only the outside? If you sheathe only the outside, do you need to provide additional framing on the inside?
I would welcome any opinions that the Forumites may have.