The results are ok. I'll tidy up with a Stanley #4 Bailey.
If only it were all that good.
I was a little premature in my self congratulation over the nice joint between the chine and the stem. I still contend that the joint it very nice, it's just in the wrong place.
Now that I've started fairing, I can see that it's joined to the stem too far back.
My first thought was to trim the stem back to the chine, but on reflection that would change the entire profile of the stem, and I am not sure it would change it in a good way.
I see 2 oak battens about 3/8" thick at one end, tapering to nothing, laminated in place from the stem to about the first frame.
Wish me luck.