The good news is that this was not fit a fit of boat building rage, but rather part of the plan. You see, the Eastport Pram that I am building is the nesting version. The forward section is designed to be removed and nest in the aft section for storage and transport. I current cannot imagine any need I have for this feature currently, but just thought it too fascinating not to build.
|From the crispness of this picture, you can see how steady my hands were.|
After that, the actual event was a non-event. I took up my handsaw, and voompa, voompa, voompa, done. I loosened the 6 bolts on the takeapart bulkhead and the bow gently slipped off. Unable to resist, I swung the bow section around and nested it in the aft hull. Perfect fit, and a relative tidy package.