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Old 10-10-2015, 08:50   #1
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Tartan 33 Flooring

I recently purchased a 1983 Tartan 33 and am trying to figure out how to replace the floor. I know its fastened with screws as I can feel them on the underside - however, there is no indication on the topside where they are.

I suspect that it is 1/4 teak and holly ply glued directly to 1/2 plywood. Anybody here have any ideas?

I am considering just replacing with 3/4 ply teak and holly laminate.

The Tartan 33 owners forum is not really all that helpful.

Thanks in advance for any advice.

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