I'll check at home tonight to see if I have a good rig photo, I don't think I do though. so I'll try to describe my setup.
I rented an 18' boat. 3 bay frame plus a "trailer" frame that I put in the front. Diamond plat side boards, beaver board included.
Stern - beaverboard with a couple of rocket boxes (eggs & other), cardboard food boxes (onions, avocados), burlap sacks of more food (melons, potatoes, etc). Stove, water jugs on the side for easy access. Dry bags of personal gear, big duffle with chairs and tents and stuff. Other misc stuff. The food in boxes and burlap was nice because as the trip went along, it went away. Tied down to flip, with a net over it all.
I sat on the cooler. Wood platform with my chair bolted to it. Cockpit had 6 rocket boxes, 3 each side sideways, I think this is what I have a photo of. It was sweet, but don't rig those boxes to have to be removed from the boat - pain in the ass when they are all strapped down. They are best for coffee re-supply, cookies, crackers, etc. All stuff that can be removed and added to a daily container, especially for lunches. I used a small ammo can for a foot brace, I also had to put some padding on the side rocket boxes cuz I bruise easy.
Two "bays" in front, each with a lid. The rear bay had a table for a lid, and I recommend getting hatch covers for all bays and just put a table on top. It sucked when the table was gone, especially after a couple of beers!!! That open hole was a trap. The rear one had misc crap, beer, a couple of rocket boxes, I can't remember all I had in there. The front bay was 6-7 rocket boxes, all daily food boxes. Both platforms had paco pads over them, 3-4 total, pretty plush passenger compartment. Good sleeping size.
I designed my personal boat's frame after this design, except it's only a 14' so I get 2 rocket boxes in the cockpit, and the two front compartments are smaller and not designed for rocket boxes. I'll have good photos of that soon, and will post both my GC boat and my home boat here later.
I'm also switching to vittle vaults for general rear storage for weight reasons. rocket boxes will stay in cockpit until I get around to making something waterproof and lighter. I know of a drybag sling thing that seems like a good idea, and I wouldn't need a floor, but I want something bomber for the dogs to be able to walk on them, so rocket boxes it will probably stay. Someday I want a nice side-opening captains box as the rocket box is a bit of a pain to open in the cockpit, but finances preclude that right now.
I am a river, babe - I've got plenty of time, I don't know where I'm going, I'm just following the lines..... - "We are water" by Shaye