Redoing wood floor the proper way round two

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  1. the brain
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    the brain Senior Member

    thanks for explaination on plywood

    I'm planning a long/ tall/not wide saddle fish box for wahoo will see if Lowes salesman knows about this "PS1-95" type, the wood expert at marine wood yard didn't.

    yes was unsure of what type of wood to use so I stepped up purchased marine grade the varnish is sticking good to the oldtimers solution and looks good.

    will use alumimin sheet for majority of aft deck ,possiabley covered the imitation sea deck ?
    35"X91" Flooring Synthetic Teak EVA Foam Sheet Boat Decking Self-Adhesive http://www.ebay.com/itm/35-X91-Flooring-Synthetic-Teak-EVA-Foam-Sheet-Boat-Decking-Self-Adhesive/112449406488?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649

    I looked at the PVC board it was foam covered w/ plastic not suitable to be standing on.

    thanks TB
     
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    new cabin varnished floor step one

    step 2
    10" flat piece of 1/2" thick boat plastic taken from a party boat's storage box.
    this will surport wall/door uprights. same plastic made my aft folding bench.

    step3
    rear aft all aluminim

    step4
    imitation sea deck

    what do you Guys think of imitation sea deck covering aft deck?
     

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    the brain Senior Member

    step 2 complete

    middle piece is 1/2" thick plastic
     

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