The adhesion to teak is not that difficult, if the proper steps are followed.
Standard sheets....no. The width of the teak battens is 1-7/8" and the width of the decks do vary. What we do, is build in from the sides and provide a custom 'king plank' .
This is from reclaimed, solid, 1/4" x 1-7/8" Burma Teak, cut with the vertical grain showing on the deck. "Floppy Tek" type products are not similar at all....they are a plastic copy of the real thing. We supply DIY teak decking to the traditional sail boaters. This RIB decking is sawn to the same exacting standards. What we require is a template of your RIB sole. This is not difficult and it takes about 1 hour with scissors, a block of wood, and some tape. Most RIB's have a raised non skid surface. If you take a 'rubbing' of this surface we can make a true Burma Teak deck to that pattern.
This is a forum that I am new to and there is usually a balance between information and blatant advertising. I will tread softly.