I glue the fairleads for jib sheet and main sheet to the deck according to the boats plans.
I am going to use a pull-pull rudder control and glue two plastic tubes where the control lines exit through deck to the inside of the deck with epoxy.
rudder line tubes glued to the deck
The top of the keel box will be epoxied to the deck under side. I put the deck on the hull and mark the cut on the top of the keel box. I cut careful and test fit. When it fits perfect, I slide the keel fin into the keel box and mark it at top of the keel box. Now I trim the keel fin to match with the keel box.
I cut the servo tray and the pulley support from 4mm ply wood according the templates that came with the boat. Now I paint the wooden parts with a coat of epoxy for waterproofing. I assemble the servo tray and fixate with cyano glue. Now I glue the tray parts together and glue the tray and the pulley support into position with thickened epoxy.
Ply parts cut out
Servo tray assembled
Sail winch and rudder servo test fit
When the resin has cured I install sail winch, rudder servo, pulleys and sheeting according to the plans that came with the boat and test the installation.
Winch and sheeting installed
Next I will glue the deck to the hull