When dryfitting the rear decksheet I found that holding the triple curve against the stringers and bulkheads required a tremendous amount of pressure. The 30 clamps hardly could hold the sheet to sides.
So I weakened the sheet by cutting twice a 1 mm deep "trench" located where the sharpest curve is.
That worked nicely.
When finished it will look different but the toestrap blocks really ruin the elegant lines of the boat. Looks like an improvised solution that never got cared about after the design was finished.
Anyway, in a few days the deck will be glued on, the centerboard slot cut (that will be a delicate operation) and the various blocks mounted.