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building with Coosa board?

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Hi all,

I would like to build a dinghy, specifically a Spindrift 11N, but I would like to use Coosa board rather then plywood as a construction material. Is anyone familiar with the possability of using this in stitch and glue construction? I cant imagine any real issues with it, its lighter yet stronger then plywood and rather easy to work with and epoxy adheres to it very well. Its more expensive of course, but thats not an issue for me. For those unfamiliar with the material: http://www.coosacomposites.com

I would love to hear thoughts from people on this, I have never built a stitch and glue boat before, but I have done a bit of woodwork and fiberglass work here and there on my big boat.

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