Our latest customer came in with the cockpit floor of his Bayliner acting a bit like a trampoline. Unfortunately this was a case of a rotten floor that had already started to collapse of the top of the fuel tank - generally a cause from a lack of sealing the timber floor from when it was first manufactured. We went about stripping the boat out, before reporting on the state of the floor. Once all areas requiring replacement had been identified, we went about cutting the floor out, making replacement sections and epoxying them in place. To complete the job properly and to a higher standard, we fully fibreglassed the cockpit floor before flowcoating it to seal it all off and prevent future water intrusion. After all being fitted out again, the boat is now ready for a good Summer’s worth of use!