We install the new boat floor and cut in the ski locker today, nice not to walk on planks across stringers. We had to get all the rot out of the floor of this boat, did not take the floor out all the way to the edge of the hull. We used marine 14-inch marine plywood over the stringers we fiberglassed in.
For resin we really like Total Boats slow cure product, it gives us more working time and very easy to mix a small batch. We put in little blocks of plywood around the edge of the new floor going in and then screwed and resined them in. We also painted the tops of the stringers of our boat with resin to help glue the new floor down. We then screwed it all together and worked on getting blemishes out of the top of the boat floor for paint.
Follow along as we breath new life into this 2004 Bayliner Bowrider.
In this video we put the floor in and show you how we tie it in with the remaining floor. We this cut out the Ski Locker, no point in have a Ski Boat that you can’t store water skis. The next thing we have to do is pour the expanding foam under the floor. This 2004 Bayliner Bowrider 175 is really starting to look good.
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