I have now completed the aft lockers, apart from sanding and final finish.
The lockers act as seats, with the tops hinged for access to the lockers. The materials uses are marine-ply and Iroko. The Iroko serves two purposes: Firstly, to protect and conceal the plywood edges and, secondly to bring a contrast in the colour system.
Starboard locker with its lid open.
There are two edges through water, be it sea or rain, can enter the locker: the hinged edge and the aft edge. On these edges I have made an internal gutter from Douglas-Fir (2" x 1") into which I have routered a channel. I've drilled a scupper in the sides of the locker for the water to escape from the channels. The front and front edge of the lid overlap so no water can enter through those two edges.
The two most forward Iroko floors can be seen in the picture above, and the forward stowage is almost complete