This question is so simple I haven't been able to find the answer in books or the internet. For oselvar type faerings with a very thin stem and stern, how is the hood ends of the planks attached. I would think this area would be subject to temendous forces and through riveting would be very strong (see picture) yet very unprobable due to the angles involved especially with the garboard. I have read one thread that danced around this topic but didn't address this exact issue. I don't know how simple square nails that's unriveted could be stong enough to secure the planks on a thin, unrabbeted keel such as this. Any insights would be much appreciated.