All plan sheets for construction plus full size mylar templates. There is no table of offsets because the full size templates make them redundant. Mylar templates shown below in “warped view”. Trace the parts directly onto your plywood and cut out with a jig saw. Included are: Stem and keel; temporary frames, permanent frames/doublers; bulkheads; transom and transom arc; bottom stringers. The frames and bulkheads and drawn with the notches located and sized for the side stringers. Each of the parts is color coded: Examples: bottom stringers – blue; temporary frames-green. The drawings are 1/2 of each frame, transom etc.. When tracing your parts on the wood you will simply flip the patterns. The use of the template patterns eliminates any need for lofting and ensures that your framework will be accurate and true.
*Mylar is drafting film, which while it is quite expensive, is totally stable and practically tear proof. It is practically transparent, making it easy to orient on your plywood grain and allows for it to be used for both sides on one sheet.