I looked at the link and the wood with looks like wire holding it together would be hard to clean under and if you dropped something small it might be a mess trying to recover. You better check the material that the boards are connected with to make sure it won't rust too quickly.
Our boat came with dry-deck in the cockpit and it does a great job and is easy to roll up and clean under it
as it collects everything
, but it's gray so it still looks good
. The down side is when it gets warm and the sun is on it, it's squishie and could be not good when healing, it works great on our catamaran
when it gets around 100 F
in our summers but it's not hot on bare feet and we swim and drip dry and the cockpit would be slick but it works good.
I've also seen the ruberised deck
that looks like teak
and has a nice grip for bare feet even healing. I think it is a glue down.