The ‘fussy bit of trim’ (so the hand-book says) for the transom skirt is glued on. The second strip of timber on top required some advanced clamping to get the end sitting properly. The clamp only holds the plank of wood so that it rests just on the rear corner of the trim. The sheet of lead (~15kg) provides the ‘clamping’-force and keeps the contraption in place.
The cabin roof has its second coat of epoxy on the underside, and the framework for the roof is all bevelled and ready to go.