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1976 Carver Mariner 3396 - Soft Decks

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Vessel Info: 1976 Carver Mariner 3396, twin 351 pleasure craft
Location: St. Pete, FL

1976 Carver Mariner 3396 - Soft Decks

Postby BoatinginFL » November 7th, 2014, 10:53 pm

I'm a new owner of this boat and new to boating in general. I grew up in CO but gave up the mountains for the waters of FL. My boat has a soft deck in the bow area and also the port stern under the cleat. The wood looks pretty rotted in both areas. I've read a lot about drill and fill epoxy repairs. Will this work well in these areas? Any advise on better methods? Thank you

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