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Re: What do you have on your cabin sole?

Has anyone looked into the cost of the teak and holly carpet?

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Re: What do you have on your cabin sole?

$6/square foot

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Re: What do you have on your cabin sole?

Now if I can just stop my leaks, that carpet might be a good option! Right now, I only have a plain, white MDF-style floor.

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Re: What do you have on your cabin sole?

I had a teak and holly sole that had been badly damaged over the years. I ended up ripping it out, replacing the subfloor, and putting in plasteak. (And by "I" I mean the boatyard.) I love it. From 3 feet away you cannot tell that it's actually made from recycled plastic, and it looks as good as the day it was installed. It is not cheap, but it is very durable.

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Re: What do you have on your cabin sole?

Anyone used the vinyl teak and holly with a cat on board? I don't want the heartache that I had with the bottom slider cushions! Thanks
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Re: What do you have on your cabin sole?

Since my boat doesn't have a fixed table in the salon, I use a 3x5 area rug and a small kitchen mat at the foot of the companionway steps. Easy to take out or move and cheap enough to use until ratty and throw away.
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Re: What do you have on your cabin sole?

TD's marine plywood sole is painted with flattened white two part epoxy paint. We use rubber backed throw runners on that. Easy to roll up for bilge access and cleaning. Inexpensive and easily replaced. Comfortable and secure under foot.

There are occasions when a few EMPTY beer cans may have been rolling around.

I spent some time on a boat with unfinished elm soles. Great wood for that application.

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Re: What do you have on your cabin sole?

Deck boards what else? Really, 'Veranda' 8ft, painted, seems to be working great, but not real 'rich' looking. .02
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Re: What do you have on your cabin sole?

Have you installed the teak carpet and are you happy with it? Thanks for the link, looks interesting.

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Re: What do you have on your cabin sole?

Our Morgan 34 sole seems to be "different". It is teak and holly 1/8" over 1/2" ply? The teak is definitely not veneer. It ALSO isnarrower than the standard stuff they sell nowadays: 1 7/8" wide with 1/4" holly. Can't find this ANYWHERE! We just need to replace a bilge cover. I'm going nuts trying to find it. Would hate to replace entire sole. Ideas or leads appreciated.
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