Most of my floor boards are removable. Some are not. They are in fact structural tying the joinery to the hull
So to refinish I DO have to work some areas on my knees. YUCK... but most can be moved to a shop space... sanded and refinished.
I have some decent dents and scratches... from 30" years of use. Not many good options for repair. All the floor boards are 3/4" teak
and holly ply cut from single
large sheet and installed so grain is continuous from one panel to the next. I'll probably just fill the dings and scratches with varnish
... vestiges of the age of the boat. They add "character"... I suppose.
The question is... when will I have the time to get to this.. because the boat is unusable without the boards... inless I insert unfinished plywood
while the panels
are being refinished. And a good time to paint