Finally got my floors, decks and drybox done.
First photo is an attempt at a panorama, hopefully to show the whole boat in one photo from inside my garage. It's not really shaped like a squished banana.
2nd is looking back at the drybox and the third is of the rear fishing floor.
I'm pleased with how it turned out. Everything is CDX, half inch front, rear and side decks. 3/4" floors (rear and captains) and 3/8" drybox with 3/4" top. They are all covered with the lightest colored (sand) Behr Deckover I could get on the top side and gray porch and deck paint on the under side. The Drybox came out great, took me about 3 hours to build and another day to paint and fit the lid. It's gray paint with a patch of the deckover on top and on the front and back. I still need weather stripping and some butterfly latches then I'll test it in water and take some detailed photos of it. I won't care if it isn't water proof. All told for the dry box, all the decks, paint and hardware i have about $150 bucks into it. I have enough left to make another drybox, which I'll do someday down the road; it'll be a kitchen box once I figure out how well this one holds up.
I would have liked better plywood. A lot of time was spent filling voids and figureing out where to place weak spots. I will probably have to reinforce the half inch front and rear decks, they already flex too much. Other than that, the drybox isn't any heavier than an AL one and all told the decks add just over 60 lbs to the boat.