Here's a link to a guy on the Oregon Coast who makes skin-on-frame boats (mostly kayaks)
and teaches the techniques as well.
He's an entertaining, opinionated writer and it's worth the time to read some of his adventure
stories. He was featured with the cover article of WoodenBoat magazine a few months ago for
a skin-on-frame sailboat he built and then trailered it for a sailing trip in the Sea of Cortez.
I think you'll find some good information, related to Airolite designs. His skins are heavier-
duty than Airolite and the designs don't need the diagonal Kevlar strings.