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Old 01-27-2021, 01:42 AM   #21
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Thanks for the positive feedback. Dustin07 and Mike, keep me posted if either one of you do the carpet on the vertical surfaces. I was thinking about doing that too but the carpet looks tucked up under surfaces and complicated to change out. I think I'm just going to clean mine for now but if you guys do it and report it wasn't that bad I may go forward with it.


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Old 08-18-2021, 09:36 PM   #22
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I just did a full remodel on the inside of our 3300, also using vinyl flooring, and I replaced all the old carpet on the vertical surfaces. The carpet turned out to be the most time consuming and challenging part of the job as the factory carpet is installed pretty much before anything else in the boat, and there are so many irregular shaped areas and angles, so removing it and retrofitting new to look just as good was a challenge, but in the end worth the effort. The flooring I used was Nautikflor as I wanted to go with a Teak and Holly look. We also remodeled the dinette into a circular lounge instead of the booth style. I will make a new thread and post pics of the project.
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Newish 3300 owner here getting into projects - nice work SPH801 - following in your footsteps - this site is great. I have a few other projects in queue first...enjoying this Maxum community - great stuff. While I love a good puzzle and the satisfaction of figuring out the solution, it's nice when someone else has solved something and I can rapidly apply it vs. taking hours away from actual boating while I figure it out
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Can't wait to see pics!
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I just did a full remodel on the inside of our 3300, also using vinyl flooring, and I replaced all the old carpet on the vertical surfaces. The carpet turned out to be the most time consuming and challenging part of the job as the factory carpet is installed pretty much before anything else in the boat, and there are so many irregular shaped areas and angles, so removing it and retrofitting new to look just as good was a challenge, but in the end worth the effort. The flooring I used was Nautikflor as I wanted to go with a Teak and Holly look. We also remodeled the dinette into a circular lounge instead of the booth style. I will make a new thread and post pics of the project.

I look forward to seeing the pics!


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Newish 3300 owner here getting into projects - nice work SPH801 - following in your footsteps - this site is great. I have a few other projects in queue first...enjoying this Maxum community - great stuff. While I love a good puzzle and the satisfaction of figuring out the solution, it's nice when someone else has solved something and I can rapidly apply it vs. taking hours away from actual boating while I figure it out

Thank you. I agree, seeing projects others do is inspiring and helpful.


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Hello all. I hope everyone had (is having) a great boating season. I know my wife and I did. Multiple trips to Block Island, Newport RI, Hyannis, Martha's Vineyard and countless others. Through it all I'm happy to report our new floor has been fantastic. Not only does it look great but it cleans up nice too! Even when wet the slight texture provided enough grip that slipping wasn't an issue. I slipped more on the small throw rug my wife threw down. Lol. Have a great rest of the season everyone.
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