I wrote off wood and composite boats some time ago after a potentially bad experience with a build but it seems that there were things I did not know so I am revisiting the topic now that I've gotten some guidance. I would very nicely ask the forum to critique this design with the attached images.
The actual specs are 25 feet long, 30" wide. It has a pair of voids below so you're sitting 6" higher from the bottom on another deck. The front void has a bilge pump and you can flood it for better 'ballast'. You can disassemble it with screws and bolts in the middle.
This section is ~155lbs and there is an outrigger (not visualized)that weighs about 30lbs. The outrigger is just as straight, no rocker. It's not quite as long as the boat, maybe 15 feet long or so.
Also something else I would like you to comment on is the layup, from outside to inside it's:
AWLGRIP/kevlar/fiberglass/marine grade okoume plywood/Carbon Fiber/fiberglass. Not sure what kind, S or C glass I think