its been a while and i am working on a new project....a 90% frej (15 ft length and 19 inches beam) that i am trying to build up very light for my wife.
the basic approach is 3/16 red cedar with 4 oz s glass inside and out, internal seam kevlar taped, keyhole cockpit and a target weight fully rigged of 22 lbs.
given the hull form, it looks pretty important to have a skeg and wanted to see if anybody had suggestions for good plans that are easy to build or a well constructed skeg that can be bought/installed.
i just finished glassing and fill-coating the outside of the deck and hull....so i am not that far away from having to decide on how to approach the skeg. keeping it light but reliable and to work with the aesthetics of the boat is important to me as well. any suggestions/thoughts appreciated.