Originally Posted by newbe
hello once again are wooden hulls as bad some people write about seems like lot of nice ones out there from reading seems like you have to pull them once a year to do what erver to them but they are some nice ones out there also is the fiber over the wood hulls ok thanks sam
Oh man, you're in over your head, and now you just tied on a lead belt. A boat is a lot of work. A wooden boat is a lifestyle. Either you are very
skilled at, say, replacing a few planks or a stem head, or half the decking, or you have a VERY large check book. It's a lifestyle, a calling, nay a religion. Dude, I've been following your quest, and I sympathize and respect. Please, please, please, take it from someone who's been messing with boats off an on for the better part of a half a century....
DO NOT GET A WOODIE. Get a plastic tub. At least it will stay afloat (most likely) while you learn the gig.