Looks Great Sr SQ
Thx Rayvon, without question the delta pad on these hulls was a winner, slippery and smooth!I really like those Laguna Searays, great ride and fit and finish,worth spending the many hours required to improve an already great boat. It's a rare boat these days,nice work.
You have to go into your media file and make the pictures available for public viewing.Quite a list of things to do on the boat. Perfect timing cause it's too cold for me.
-install new bilge/switch
- rework wiring (I've made the fuel/wires all internal, but I'm going to redo the connections/lengths to make things cleaner)
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Spent a couple hours lifting up the floorboards, vacuuming/wiping up grave and grime. Boat should drain a little better now.
I used the rigid stuff when building mine, I used that PL construction adhesive to glue it to the underside of the floor.
It took a little bit of measuring to cut and fit it between the cross braces but as mentioned I didn't want it down on the aluminium.
Been under there for 9 years now with no problems.
My project is to figure out how to mount rod holders in a runabout hull so that they work with or without my standup canvas top. Trying to avoid transom mount though, would make the area too cluttered.