While ill advised in it's exceptionally unsupported boat-like shape, the moth made the thirty mile trip to it's new womb. I wish I had some video or pictures. I should have rented a moving van to do this, but feeling cheap (expensive attorneys will do that to you) I selected to move the 11' boat and fixture in my truck bed that is only 5'-6. I took only back roads, I did it at night, and I couldn't go more than 30 mph to ensure the hull doesn't flutter it's way to some sort of failure mode. It took me a little over an hour to make the trip.
After finishing up the house remodel enough to live in the house, I was ready to start working on the boat again. It's getting cold in most of the country, but not here. It's still a lovely 87 degrees as my neighbors start putting their Christmas decorations up in this post Thanksgiving weekend.
At this point the boat needs some real structure. I built a couple forms for the holding fixture and secured the hull to these. I also leveled the fixture in location. It won't move again until the inside of the boat is complete. The first step on the inside of the boat would be to put the rails on the gunwales. Bring on the bucket-o-clamps - you will be busy for the next month.
Here's the dry fit.