I'm looking for some assistance. I built an Arctic Tern three years ago, with significant help from the members of this forum. I'm now thinking of starting another build (probably a strip boat), but I have some things I need to consider. The first being that I haven't decided what boat I'm looking for. My plans for the future include retiring in 3-5 years, and living full time in an RV. This makes transporting a kayak difficult. I've been mulling it over, and had decided that a new boat build would have to be either postponed or canceled outright. Now here is where I need help from the builders and engineers among you. I have an idea where I build a boat, then cut it in thirds at the bulkhead locations.I would then put a reinforced bulkhead in each section, and use 6-8 bolts to pull the bulkheads together. Think of the way two pipe flanges are bolted together, but with the bolts on the inside. What are the structural issues with doing this? I don't stress my boat significantly, I paddle mostly flat water or protected bays. I'm hoping that we could brainstorm this and figure out whether it will work or not.