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Teak holly floor, galley bayliner 3055 01 Feb 2010 23:57 #1

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Does anyone have the part number for the teak holly floor in the galley of a bayliner 305??

I found a part but it says 4' by 8' and that sounds too big to fit in the galley

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Teak holly floor, galley bayliner 3055 02 Feb 2010 00:15 #2

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I think you take that 4x8 plus a saw and well you know.
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waynepj3;413320 wrote: Does anyone have the part number for the teak holly floor in the galley of a bayliner 305??

I found a part but it says 4' by 8' and that sounds too big to fit in the galley


Teak floor, gally, 305?

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dmcb;413332 wrote: I think you take that 4x8 plus a saw and well you know.
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That is what I'm thinking.

Remember when Bay's had teak? :D

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Teak & Holly ply runs about $259 for a 4' x 8' sheet.

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itsabowtime2;413396 wrote: That is what I'm thinking.

Remember when Bay's had teak? :D


You are thinking of installing? I have too as the carpet is hard to deal with at times. It would look great too.

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itsabowtime2;413396 wrote: That is what I'm thinking.

Remember when Bay's had teak? :D


I have two of them and I love the wood interiors.
Just me but I don't care for the holly mixed in.

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http://s91.photobucket.com/albums/k311/waynepj3/?action=view¤t=37ff5ef6.jpg&evt=user_media_share

Im referring to the teak holly price on the floor of the gallley in this pic

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Saintjon;413401 wrote: You are thinking of installing? I have too as the carpet is hard to deal with at times. It would look great too.


Saint if your bored you can sure "practice" on my 2355 :)

I personally wish I had nice wood floor too the carpet can suck at times

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Here is some work done by BOC member:

http://www.baylinerownersclub.org/gallery/album700

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Thank you for the post MSD58, I was about to do it when I read the title. good luck for this project and it is cheaper than the teak at $259 a sheet

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msd58;413521 wrote: Here is some work done by BOC member:

http://www.baylinerownersclub.org/gallery/album700


Ok, now a detail of how you did it. Tear out, prep., is it glued. How do you fasten the trim etc. I have never had anything apart so I have no clue.

Bio, I am not cheap. I need lots of beer, then I don't feel like working. It is a repeating patern. If I do work, outcome may not be the greatest.:kidding

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1- cut out the carpet along the edge of the curve in front of the kitchen cabinets, leave a 1/4 inch so when you place the floor you can really match the cut.
2- you can pull the carpet from the corner at the base of the forward bed, it is glued so use a painter knife to help removing the glue at the same time
3 - take the template at home and line up your boards, I did that in my garage, then I numbered each board to do the install on the boat, I did not cut anything just marked it.
4- start along the dinette and go all the way to the stairs, then go towards the kitchen, make sure you alternate your boards, the good thing with the one I bought it came with boards of different lenghts, so my cuts were minimals
5 - for the curve you have to be patient. mesure twice and cut once, I went up and down in the boat several times
6 - I used 1/4 round for in front of the dinette and bathroom, you can drive the nails in the walls
7- for in front of the kitchen you can buy the molding at Home depot or lowes, it comes in 8 foot lenght and it is flexible, pre drill holes towards the floor of the boat and use 1 1/4 finishing nails, watch out for your water tank

the floor is not glued just maintained in place with the quarter round on one side and the flexible molding on the other, it came with padding and it is easy to clean.
PM me if you need to know anything else

good luck

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1- cut out the carpet along the edge of the curve in front of the kitchen cabinets, leave a 1/4 inch so when you place the floor you can really match the cut.
2- you can pull the carpet from the corner at the base of the forward bed, it is glued so use a painter knife to help removing the glue at the same time
3 - take the template at home and line up your boards, I did that in my garage, then I numbered each board to do the install on the boat, I did not cut anything just marked it.
4- start along the dinette and go all the way to the stairs, then go towards the kitchen, make sure you alternate your boards, the good thing with the one I bought it came with boards of different lenghts, so my cuts were minimals
5 - for the curve you have to be patient. mesure twice and cut once, I went up and down in the boat several times
6 - I used 1/4 round for in front of the dinette and bathroom, you can drive the nails in the walls
7- for in front of the kitchen you can buy the molding at Home depot or lowes, it comes in 8 foot lenght and it is flexible, pre drill holes towards the floor of the boat and use 1 1/4 finishing nails, watch out for your water tank

the floor is not glued just maintained in place with the quarter round on one side and the flexible molding on the other, it came with padding and it is easy to clean.
PM me if you need to know anything else

good luck

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Very cool idea. This could be a great spring project. :D

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stgoldwing;413549 wrote: 1- cut out the carpet along the edge of the curve in front of the kitchen cabinets, leave a 1/4 inch so when you place the floor you can really match the cut.
2- you can pull the carpet from the corner at the base of the forward bed, it is glued so use a painter knife to help removing the glue at the same time
3 - take the template at home and line up your boards, I did that in my garage, then I numbered each board to do the install on the boat, I did not cut anything just marked it.
4- start along the dinette and go all the way to the stairs, then go towards the kitchen, make sure you alternate your boards, the good thing with the one I bought it came with boards of different lenghts, so my cuts were minimals
5 - for the curve you have to be patient. mesure twice and cut once, I went up and down in the boat several times
6 - I used 1/4 round for in front of the dinette and bathroom, you can drive the nails in the walls
7- for in front of the kitchen you can buy the molding at Home depot or lowes, it comes in 8 foot lenght and it is flexible, pre drill holes towards the floor of the boat and use 1 1/4 finishing nails, watch out for your water tank

the floor is not glued just maintained in place with the quarter round on one side and the flexible molding on the other, it came with padding and it is easy to clean.
PM me if you need to know anything else

good luck


Thanks,

Maybe photos this summer.

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stgoldwing;413549 wrote: 1- cut out the carpet along the edge of the curve in front of the kitchen cabinets, leave a 1/4 inch so when you place the floor you can really match the cut.
2- you can pull the carpet from the corner at the base of the forward bed, it is glued so use a painter knife to help removing the glue at the same time
3 - take the template at home and line up your boards, I did that in my garage, then I numbered each board to do the install on the boat, I did not cut anything just marked it.
4- start along the dinette and go all the way to the stairs, then go towards the kitchen, make sure you alternate your boards, the good thing with the one I bought it came with boards of different lenghts, so my cuts were minimals
5 - for the curve you have to be patient. mesure twice and cut once, I went up and down in the boat several times
6 - I used 1/4 round for in front of the dinette and bathroom, you can drive the nails in the walls
7- for in front of the kitchen you can buy the molding at Home depot or lowes, it comes in 8 foot lenght and it is flexible, pre drill holes towards the floor of the boat and use 1 1/4 finishing nails, watch out for your water tank

the floor is not glued just maintained in place with the quarter round on one side and the flexible molding on the other, it came with padding and it is easy to clean.
PM me if you need to know anything else

good luck


Great work I would love to do that to 2655!

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http://s91.photobucket.com/albums/k311/waynepj3/?action=view¤t=37ff5ef6.jpg&evt=user_media_share

in the pic here it just looks like a slab of teak put down over the carpet

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I believe that slab its glued to the floor.

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waynepj3;413889 wrote: http://s91.photobucket.com/albums/k311/waynepj3/?action=view¤t=37ff5ef6.jpg&evt=user_media_share

in the pic here it just looks like a slab of teak put down over the carpet


Yes, it's permanently affixed. That's actually the exact cabin I have on my boat and the sole area in front of the galley is finished out very nice. Also compliments the wood (or simulated wood) panels overhead.

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Yea your not guna be able to just lay wood on a carpet floor and expect it to stay. Youll have to actually install it.

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waynepj3;413465 wrote: http://s91.photobucket.com/albums/k311/waynepj3/?action=view¤t=37ff5ef6.jpg&evt=user_media_share

Im referring to the teak holly price on the floor of the gallley in this pic


That's not a 305 in the picture.

I will Measure up my Teak Holly floor and let you know. It's definately not as big as the numbers you mention. I think it was an optional extra from 2005.

Picture of mine

http://www.baylinerownersclub.org/gallery/album827/Pentax_dump_15_4_2009_114

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Saintjon;413355 wrote: Teak floor, gally, 305?


Here is how you do it. This is basically the article I wrote for DYI magazine about how to install a teak floor. I use real wood not laminate.

http://www.baylinerownersclub.org/forum/showthread.php?t=7617&highlight=teak+floor

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Four Pyrates;415026 wrote: Here is how you do it. This is basically the article I wrote for DYI magazine about how to install a teak floor. I use real wood not laminate.

http://www.baylinerownersclub.org/forum/showthread.php?t=7617&highlight=teak+floor


Nice.

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