Well to my surprise it was a lot more saturated then I expected. Basically it has been like this for a long time I would only imagine, but it is three-quarter inch but it looks like it may be quarter-inch top and bottom with what looks like maybe Balsawood sandwiched in between? That could possibly be a option? But for now I’m just going to take it slow and easy and do my best to make sure that I don’t damage anything else upon taking it out. I found that setting my Skil saw to basically just cut through the laminate and 3/4 of it going through the wood maybe less I can take an oscillating tool and run under it and just peel it up with a Scraper. I know it sounds weird but I’m actually excited about taking all that out and starting over fresh I was very pissed off yesterday but as I kept on getting further into it I just looked at it as a positive thing.How thick was the core? It was advertised as 3/4". Good luck with your restoration. Should be bulletproof with the core replacement n. U can view any damage issues n glass properly.
Boat Brains would be ur go to guy for the repair layup. Think u should clean it all up first then post pictures with ur findings.You’re definitely right. Something told me with a busted keel rib That there was going to be water intrusion. Hopefully by the end of the week I’ll have the most of the floor out. What do you recommend as far as type of fiberglass to strengthen up and reinforce the floor. Would 1708 be OK to lay down