While SeaDek is best known for outside applications like cockpits and swim platforms, many boaters don’t realize that it performs just as well inside the boat. Carpet gets wet and dirty, and traditional teak can be slick and dangerous, making SeaDek the perfect solution below decks.
In addition to its exceptional nonskid properties and comfort underfoot, SeaDek requires none of the maintenance associated with other flooring materials, and protects belongings from damage in rolling seas.
JetBoat Pilot, a SeaDek Certified Fabricator based in Panama City, Florida, recently sent over these photos of a SeaDek installation in the cabin of a 2007 Ranger 25 tugboat. Mocha over Camel faux teak did the trick for this tug; nice job guys!
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