Check out the size of that wall. We put it in and after a few dozen trims here and there the wall was finally bolted together beneath decks. Wolf’s template was golden. There was one problem. Wolf was lying on the exposed copper mesh in the aft as we worked on trimming the wall. The copper pieces jabbed into his skin making for a prickly situation. We pulled the walls out of the boat and Wolf trimmed them so the foam could fit between the wall and deck and hull. The foam ensures no hard points that could cause the hull to weaken. I glued the foam into place and cleaned up. We did have to remove the center board in the companionway. The picture here shows it in. We already removed the port side board, you can see it missing. It looks like King Kong ripped it out. I wasn’t very happy about that, but it was necessary to put in the wall.