I won the scarfing lottery today. My router jig, which has been problematic in the past, worked flawlessly. Bingo, eight sheets scarfed at once in about half an hour. I must be living right.
It's just a matter of stacking the boards at the precise scarfing angle, affixing them in place, then setting a melamine ramp on them that has a slot for the router. Here we are about two-thirds of the way through.
Once the routing has removed the overburden, it only takes a minute or two with a belt sander to smooth out the bevel. Then glue them up.
Here are the two 3/8" layers of Moe's floor: five feet wide, sixteen feet long. I wonder where I will put these while I get the rest of the boat ready? They are mighty awkward.