Here's a rear view of the two boats. I added a skeg to the one on the left to make it track better. The one on the right, the new one has an integral skeg.
The two sisters on the beach, about to launch.
Here's the boat in action. Plenty of freeboard. Should be interesting to see how it does in some windblown chop. Hard to find that this time of year.
I tried the boat as well. I am a little heavy for it just as I am a little heavy for the other ten footer that inspired this one. I would either need a little more beam or a little more length for my weight. I would also go a little wider on the stern, maybe ten inches instead of six. But for a person under 150 pounds, a ten footer with a 24 inch beam can be a reasonable boat. It is certainly light and easy to get around corners.