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    I recently stopped at the local Dealership to pick up my VessleView and I noticed a E18 with flooring in it. It turned out to be a Cockpit Flooring in Teak color. I don't remember this being an option when I bought mine. It's like a matting with a little bit of a spongy feel. Does

    anyone have this in the Element currently. Just curious if it's an option I should look at getting down the road. The look of it was great and I like the concept. I'll attach a couple of pics I took.





    #2
    It's an option across the board as of last year. It's wonderful. I tried it out in the late September TN sun a few years ago, and it was great...I wish all boats had it.

    It's also pretty much maintenance free.
    Matt Train
    BOC Site Team
    Chicagoland, IL

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      #3
      OMG that's sweet....can it be installed by owner?

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        #4
        It's from SeaDek. They have the plans already for the Elements. To me it was a bit pricey but does look awesome and will be nice on the bare feet.

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          #5
          I have it on my boat. It is awesome, I just don't know how to clean it.
          2016 190 Deck Boat
          150 Mercury 4 stroke
          Arkansas

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            #6
            I don't know how to clean the white pebble flooring either. Oh sure I can get it looking white for about 10 minutes but then someone gets on the boat.

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              #7
              "jmayes" post=807073 wrote:
              I have it on my boat. It is awesome, I just don't know how to clean it.
              If you trailer, just take it to a manual spray car wash and blast it with the high pressure wand.
              Matt Train
              BOC Site Team
              Chicagoland, IL

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                #8
                Thanks Guys, This is exactly what I was looking for. I've checked out the SeaDek website and it looks like it is a DIY product. It has a self adhesive backing. I'll try and contact them and see if it's available for purchase precut for the element and what the cost is.

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                  #9
                  "frobins" post=807567 wrote:
                  Thanks Guys, This is exactly what I was looking for. I've checked out the SeaDek website and it looks like it is a DIY product. It has a self adhesive backing. I'll try and contact them and see if it's available for purchase precut for the element and what the cost is.
                  Can you report back to us when you find the price and availability?
                  Parry Sound, Ontario Canada
                  2014 Bayliner Element with Mercury 60 HP EFI Big Foot OB
                  12 foot aluminum fishing boat

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                    #10
                    No problem Oakplank. As soon as I hear back from Sea Dek I'll post it in this thread. I'm also going to reach out to Bayliner on Monday to see if it can be ordered through them.

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                      #11
                      http://www.seadek.com/t-colors-landing.aspx

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                        #12
                        i ordered it on my 2016 215 DB. Couple things, it gets dirty real quick especially foot prints if your feet arent clean. Good thing though it cleans up well with spray 409 cleaner.

                        Since mine was factory installed and the boat is made in Mexico my sea dek is coming unglued everywhere possible. Its the worst on the swim platform. 6" flaps of sea dek coming up on the corners.

                        ill be fixing mine with some clear silicone or shoe goo.

                        aldo
                        2016 Bayliner 215DB
                        4.5l 250hp Bravo 3
                        2016 Yamaha VZ Cruiser HO

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                          #13
                          "Critterracing" post=807882 wrote:
                          i ordered it on my 2016 215 DB. Couple things, it gets dirty real quick especially foot prints if your feet arent clean. Good thing though it cleans up well with spray 409 cleaner.

                          Since mine was factory installed and the boat is made in Mexico my sea dek is coming unglued everywhere possible. Its the worst on the swim platform. 6" flaps of sea dek coming up on the corners.

                          ill be fixing mine with some clear silicone or shoe goo.

                          aldo
                          I have the same boat as you with the same issue with the Sea Deck peeling up.I contacted Sea Deck and they told me to use an acrylic based super glue spray. I have yet to do it yet. I had asked the dealer to fix it when it was in for other warranty work but in there crapping work fashion they forgot to do it.
                          QuickChek over Wawa
                          Taylor Ham not Pork Roll


                          2016 Bayliner 215 Deck Boat
                          Mercruiser 4.3 220 HP MPI Alpha 1 Gen II

                          Sold 2003 SeaRay 176 SRX Bowrider
                          Mercruiser 3.0 135 HP Alpha 1 Gen II

                          Sold 1988 Sunbird 170 Bowrider
                          Evinrude 88 Special

                          Restoring 1970 Salem Skiff 13.5 foot
                          1992 Johnson 40HP

                          40°55'22.9"N 74°39'11.9"W

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                            #14
                            To each their own, but in my experience this stuff looks great in the showroom and when new. It tends to collect dirt and grime at the sjoint/seam where it meets the floor, it tends to lift and peel, stain, and get sun damage over time. It's also pricey. I'll take my white non-skid any day.

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                              #15
                              So true!
                              ..........

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