I think so. Ideally the Sea Legs would be put on after underskinning, and then it is all flush, no gaps, etc. (Obviously not an option here).Thanks everyone for the feedback. Looks like I have a project to do before I put the pontoon in the water. I would guess it is a little more complex with Sea Legs.
This has been on my radar as a project I would like to do for a while but just haven't gotten to it. I plan to cover from the first crossmember back if I ever get around to doing it. I have a lot of wires and hydraulics running under the boat so always thought that making a cheat sheet of where things are located before I cover them up would be a good idea. Mine is a tri-toon but the general idea is the same.I think so. Ideally the Sea Legs would be put on after underskinning, and then it is all flush, no gaps, etc. (Obviously not an option here).
For you, I would think you’ll have to cut and fit around them as best you can. Not sure you will be able to prevent water from getting in around seams between the under-skinning and Sea Legs.
Honestly I have never seen the Sea Legs on an UN-skinned boat, so I don’t know what it looks like to gauge the increased complexity of the job. Hopefully not TOO complex...fingers crossed for you.