I noticed the deck of your boat has something other than "sandpaper" for footing. What is it and how well does it work?
Sue and Larry respond:
The nonskid material you saw on our decks is Treadmaster. It is sold in sheets out of which you cut your own patterns to fit the deck, then adhere with epoxy. Before choosing this product, we conducted our own unofficial test on different nonskids by jumping around on a lot of different boats. The Treadmaster was by far the best when it came to feeling secure underfoot.
We are, still putting down the last few sheets of Treadmaster on Serengeti's decks this week, and will look at doing a full article on it in the future.