Canadian tire finally put the boat sundries out on the shelf and I picked up a tube of 3M 4200 sealant. This was used as an adhesive/sealant in the screw holes, and on the mating faces of the seat supports & hull blocks. These joints all could have been epoxied obviously, but I wanted them to be non-permanent in case I need to replace a seat or otherwise modify the bottom of the boat.
So yeah. Pretty much DONE at this point. All that's left is the rub strip for the keel and a few cleats fore and aft. Probably going to add a tow loop down on the stem near the waterline as well to make it easier to haul the thing up onto a trailer. Check it out!
Figure 246: The standard view off the starboard bow
Figure 247: A bit lower perspective that better emphasizes the curves
Figure 248: Top down showing seats and floorboards
Figure 249: The happy builder & owner
Figure 250: The happy builder & his wife who is lovelier than the boat.