Been meaning to put this up for a while. Most know that building a Skater isn't a short process. Long periods of time go by with seemingly no progress, so updating a build thread would prove slow. There's been enough behind the build now, progress is moving well. The boat is supposed to be in my hands, prior Desert Storm, 2020. The date on the sales contract was 2-5-2019, for perspective. I think once folks see how detailed the process is, they will understand why they take upwards of two years to produce. Skater flat does things, others just don't do, thus taking copious amounts of time. I'm no expert on building boats. I may not explain some of this properly or use wrong terminology. I Just wanted to share a different manufacturing process with the forum. Foam core, Balsa and Carbon Fiber. Some bagging already. Bulkheads going in. This picture shows the amount of bulkheads. The cockpit and engine bays are discernible now. The bulkhead material itself is interesting. Foam core, balsa core sandwiched with Carbon Fiber. Fuel tanks can be seen on the left. More to add later today.