So far so good Martin👍
BUT😉 if the joint is on a curved section of the hull it will be very difficult / virtually impossible to prevent an obvious kink at the joint.☹️
Therefore Raggie try to arrange the joint on the flattest / straightest part of the hull.
Then use the overlapping piece on the inside rather than at a bulkhead.
That gives you more joint area thus, more 'wiggle' room to get the hull line right and a stronger joint.
It's also important that, especially on a curved hull section, the overlap piece is of the same material and the grain runs the same way as the hull skins. Otherwise the joint will be stiff and again you have a kink in the hull line. Don't ask how I know that 😭
Cheers, Doug 😎