Therefore, of all the designs - and boy have we been over a few of em - the one it needs to be is a main hull and pontoon, both of which sit flat, no downwards protrusions and built such that bottom, deck and sides are perpendicular, 4 foot, one and a half inches by 4 feet, requiring no cutting. Protrusions are then built in only from the deck.
At offloading, hull and pontoons sit on dolly wheels. I estimate four men could launch her, using winch attached to van chassis. The crossbeams, two, are lifted across the hull and pontoon and tied down. This dismantling method precludes the need for folding.
Ends up not a whole lot different to this:
The main attractions to me are its blue water ability, taking horrendous seas some years ago in the Pacific, its shallow draft of 14 inches for British conditions, plus its ease of sailing, plus its ability to beat a tide of 10 knots at a pinch. The pontoon holds most storage, the hull is living space.
The reason why now is everything is at hand ready to recommence, health is ok.