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    New PlastDeck on our extention-gctid820264

    Check out the new PasDeck we installed for the extension project(will post a few more seperate topics).

    The goal was have nicer looking option over non -skid, softer on the feet, something that does not chip or dent from scuba gear and most important to tie the cockpit and extension together so areas flow well together.


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    Mark
    USCG OUPV
    1990 4588
    Carlsbad, CA

    #2
    That's beautiful .... absolutely BEautiful !!!!! Do you have a good source for the material?

    BJ
    BJ
    OMEGA
    5788

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      #3
      I really love the look and the job is superb.

      The only problem we had when we used it was the hot surface on bare feet in the full sun.
      Northport NY

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        #4
        Hey Mark,

        Did you install this material? If so, did you use the strips or have custom inlays made? Oh... and how did you adhere the material to the deck?

        Thanks,

        ~BJ
        BJ
        OMEGA
        5788

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          #5
          Bj I know what you are thinking and I have been thinking about something like this for mine too had considered the seadeck.

          If you go for it we should chat and work on templates etc.
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            #6
            That would be awesome, Simeon...

            I REALLY want to do something like this and would love to work with you on a project like this, buddy. I found some material that is way cheaper and seems to be the same chemical composition and similar thickness. I don't know the exact difference, yet, but was plannig on buying some samples and comparing them. The material iis considerably less in price (about a 1/3 the cost) than the other various options and instead of being sold in strips, it's sold in (approximately) 4'x8' sheets for a couple hundred bucks...

            I'll let you know what I figure out...

            stay tuned...

            ~BJ
            BJ
            OMEGA
            5788

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              #7
              That looks very nice!
              Esteban
              Huntington Beach, California
              2018 Element 16
              Currently looking for 32xx in South Florida
              Former Bayliners: 3218, 2859, 2252, 1952

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                #8
                Becareful with other brands. a few boats on my dock have other types and they are fading and cracking, the boats I have seen that have plasdeck seem to look new even through years old

                https://www.plasdeck.com/

                We had templates made and used one of there installers.
                Mark
                USCG OUPV
                1990 4588
                Carlsbad, CA

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                  #9
                  Art work. Well done.

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                    #10
                    "Destiny 4588" post=820586 wrote:
                    Becareful with other brands. a few boats on my dock have other types and they are fading and cracking, the boats I have seen that have plasdeck seem to look new even through years old

                    https://www.plasdeck.com/

                    We had templates made and used one of there installers.
                    That's good information,,, curious question. If it's not too personal, what did it cost to have the templates made and one of thier installers do the work?

                    Thanks...
                    BJ
                    OMEGA
                    5788

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                      #11
                      Mark,

                      did you compare Plasdeck to Seadek? If so, why did you prefer the Plasdeck product??

                      Thank you,

                      Alex
                      Alex
                      Orange County, Ca.
                      2001 3988
                      Twin Cummins 330's

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                        #12
                        We preferred the look of plasdeck, UVA stability and non-slip plus a 10 year ish life vs 5 with seadeck

                        Pm me as our boat is in Alamitos bay happy to show you the end result first hand
                        Mark
                        USCG OUPV
                        1990 4588
                        Carlsbad, CA

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                          #13
                          This style of plastic teak does really look great when new and is relatively easy to maintain however be aware it is unbearable to walk or sit on in the sun. I would compare it to black asphalt. Speak to a few that have this type of product for a few years and you will see this is their main complaint. Personally I went with Sea Deck. It is stick on, soft on the feet, very easy to wash down/maintain. Any section can be simply peeled off and replaced with ease if there is damage and the best thing is it does not get hot. I highly recommend you look into it before making your final decision.
                          Cheers, Hans
                          2007 Carver 41 CMY
                          Twin Volvo D6-370
                          Montreal, Canada
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                            #14
                            I thought the seadeck got hot to?

                            I swear ive been on biats with sea deck and it was a scorcher...

                            If it werent for the heat id gonthis route. Im looking more the the composite tweeds they are $8/sqft
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                              #15
                              "businessgetmoney" post=825393 wrote:
                              I thought the seadeck got hot to?

                              I swear ive been on biats with sea deck and it was a scorcher...

                              If it werent for the heat id gonthis route. Im looking more the the composite tweeds they are $8/sqft
                              I have the grey color on the Carver and my previous Avanti has the Sea Dek in teak color. I can assure you they do not get hot, fairly warm at best.
                              Cheers, Hans
                              2007 Carver 41 CMY
                              Twin Volvo D6-370
                              Montreal, Canada
                              Midnight Sun I Photos

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