Ok....I started asking a few questions about hull building and I actually made some promising headway...
SO I will move forward with a build log of a scratch built boat that will fall with-in the RG65 class rules. Since this is an untested hull design on this small of a boat I have no idea if its going to be a fast boat. It is a planing hull design, but in full scale it has movable ballast(crew)
The hull I am choosing is an untested and never built in the model RC world. I am choosing the venerable two person Dinghy the Albacore. many years ago I owned one and sailed and occasionally raced. I have since sold the albacore. Several years ago I acquired the hull measurement numbers for the albacore and plugged them into freeship and got a hull. I attempted to make one for the footy class, but was never satisfied with the way it looked. so it never even hit the water.
So I dusted off the program copied it into to autocad and shrunk it down from 14 feet to 65cm...
my plan is to make a foam male plug. Id like to make 2 hulls. one will be fiberglass or carbon or kevlar. and the other would be in wood....Not sure if the foam plug will hold up to two boats...
Id like to go with the traditional sloop rig, but since we are limited to 2 channels I wont' be able to have an overlapping jib.
I am torn as I'd like to have and open transom from the more modern dinghies, but I like the transom and the transom hung rudder to be more in line with the "look" of the albacore.
So I think my first hull will be the more modern open transom, and the second wood hull(if I build it) would be scale with transom hung rudder, which means that the hull would have to be shortened to fall within the rg65 rules..
the Open transom is still a pipe dream. A more standard solid one peice deck with hatch openings is much easier...So we'll see.
I have cut the foam stations bonded them together together and sanded the plug to the basic shape.