From what I have read, the planks in clinker ply are epoxied together.
There's no real movement to allow for, so this gives a strong watertight hull. So Far So Good.
So the question then is How difficult is it to repair an epoxied clinker ply hull in the event of damage - not that I personally would ever play chicken with a rock.
I am working on a Glen L 14 now, but in the future I am thinking of Eun Na Mara. This would be a more considerable investment of time, effort, and paper folding stuff, so I'm curious about what happens if I need to repair it.
You know, fix a broken plank when a rock leaps out in front of me. That sort of think. (I am assuming that I don't sink and drown, and that I am around to be concerned about fixing the thing )