That's right, I am a Squarespace king. Click the small pic and get a reasonably sized larger pic. Two night classes at the local community adult education building and a little experimentation is all it took. Here is one of the two fuel tanks (the other one is much closer to being done but didn't photograph as well) with the baffles glassed in. Holes are then drilled in the baffles and then the top is glassed on. After the tanks have been glassed they are pressure tested at 1.5 psi. That doesn't sound like a lot when you are used to filling your tires to 35 psi but when you think of the area of the tank that's tons (figuratively) of pressure being put on the tank.
The forward deck is on the 32' Osmond and is in the process of being glassed in place, the top is temporarily screwed down until the fiberglass has hardened and then the screws are removed. The top is made out of nida-core and is shaped using a housetop jig that is older than I am. It has the custom "Clark Island Crown" that gives our boats a recognizable look.
Some general info since the move to Squarespace: about the same number of visits per day, people are on the site longer (because the pics are here instead of picasa), and lower bounce rate (because the new content is here and not sitting over at blogger).