Saw the video on Facebook, and was surprised they don't attached the deck tracks before the hull and deck are joined, so they can through bolt them. Looks like they are embedded in epoxy, and screwed to the deck. Probably sufficient with the loads they see, though. Nice product.
FB does s good job of making that very hard to accomplish.... you can go to FB Live Watersports and see it, or if you happen to be on the friend list of one of the prostaff'ed dudes I'm sure they are sharing it as often as they can.
It's pretty simple, they start with the deck part upside down sanding a bit, add some of the what ever they glue it together with, then a couple dudes grab a hull part from the shelf and flip it over and place it on the deck... then its sanded, poished aand flipped over deck side up .. some holes drilled, tracks attached (plastic track) and a pad...
Old fugger with a bad heart, who just wants to fish
Saw another vid.. posted on their FB page... I thought these were thermo form plastic, but form this video it appears its a 2 part pold gel-coat fiberglass process. But if they are epoxying the deck to the hull side, it will make a soild build but no way to separate if ever need be.