Any problem with single-piece floor?
I am considering making a floor for my 2001 4.2m Zodiac Futura FR. I don't expect to deflate it all summer and would like a sturdy floor to fish off of. I find that the high-pressure air floor isn's rigid or durable enough.
In any case, does anyone see a problem with building a one-piece floor? I would prefer not to have to mess around with stringers, h-channels etc. I guess it will actually be a 2-piece seeing as I can only find 3.7m long plywood. The triangular nose-part would be a separate piece.
A second small question. With my 2001 PVC Zodiac, can I just throw the cut-to-shape plywood in without aluminum side channels? Or should I have them there to protect the pontoons from splinters and such?
Not a RIB, but definitely my baby.