We've just spent the weekend going over our new boat and we're extremely happy! No scary discoveries, the interior
is actually in amazingly good shape for a nearly forty year old boat
One thing which I can see is going to bug me is that the plywood cabin sole
is quite bouncy/springy/soft in many places and in the many laps up and done the boat the noise
and bounce accumulates!
Does anyone know a good fix for this. I want them to be firm. I was thinking of cutting criss cross notches in the underside and pouring in thickened epoxy
. I guess the other way is to glue another sheet of ply underneath but that seems like the same work plus more money
and less bilge