For ThanksGiving, 2012 - hit a couple items remaining, before permanent attachment of the deck:
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This scheme for casing attachment will force all seams to the sides, outboard - thus extending protection of the all-important deck planking, during sanding/finishing of the casing (you'll see).
The enlarged photo-insets are yet more views attempting to show clearly (really difficult, with everything white-on-white) the crew accessway installations, both fore and aft.
Now final attachment of the deck could begin:
The ends were glued on first - now to require curing, for a week or two - before the central section is to be actually warped just slightly, into perfect alignment, and there secured.
Meantime note the aluminum tape, temporarily holding the deck at each end, also gives a good idea of the very different angles at which the casing will span the gap between deck-edge and pressure hull, at different places on the boat. Which casing installation is (after some minor prep work) the next step, following completion of the deck attachment - all coming along soon, now.