The process was the same as the first layer, but was a bit more effort as you can only clamp on the bottom and work your way up from there. Four full width planks with three screws per stringer, 9 more narrow ones with two screws each stringer and a large piece to finish (some will be cut away for the bowsprit after flipping).
Wasn't too bad, used the screw lines of the first layer to line up the second ones, only hit a couple and had to re-drill the holes. Did a full dry fit first each side prior to epoxy/glue, then pulled them all off. But make sure you run a pencil down the rear edge of the first plank and mark somewhere on the hull and plank to line it up. On each one I also put a pencil line across the join so I could line the planks up on final fit.
From the front:
Below is the first side:
And a series of shots to show how it has changed along the way:
Next step is the lower chine curve (as we look at it) both sides to the transom.