Good luck with the build !
The 15 Rivermaster hull has several generations and little changes along the way. There were a lot of 15 Hoffman Rivermaster boats back in the day built up by Ned, Steve L. and Al & Tommy at Bayou, they ran great. That generation was a little lighter / rounder I suspect than the current mold I run.
Best advice is keep it light
Search the threads for info and dont let anyone try to tell you Chevy parts work unless your building a roller or stroker motor. Fastest way to wipe a cam or break a rocker is let JoeMachineshop put heavy chevy springs in your engine. There is no need unless your going Gear Drive or roller.
There is no holy grail cam. Mr Branch created half a dozen and made changes along the way. A version for closed chamber heads, open chamber heads, high compression or low compression. Back in the 80s he worked with Crane to build him custom cams but then Crane went out of business. When they reopened their catalog cams were the ones he had designed and built custom. But over 30 plus years its all been changed and I dont even think Crane is around any more. The pic you posted is definitely a Branch spec for a 500 low compression engine. Best for the 75 / 76 open chamber 120cc heads. If you use the Keith Black true flat tops with the 120cc heads it makes a good 9:1 pump gas 93 octane DD engine.
Fenner would probably tell you to use a fresh OEM cam, I like the CompCam 206/206 both are off the shelf and easy to find.
Like you have already been advised the good timing set is money well spent and proper installation is key. Over the years of hanging around the shop the only cams I ever saw Mr Branch find to be perfect were the roller cams we custom ordered from CompCams. Every flat tappet cam was several degrees off spec.
Share pics and get a build thread going !