I would agree with Trevor.
I had a Yam 360 for 10 years. After about 4 years I snapped a stringer, all due to the floor flexing on the water. It didnt have to be a heavy sea, it flexed even when it was flat calm. In fact it was more noticeable when it was calm.
I Just trimmed of the jagged ends of stringer and contined to use them. They were still long enough to straddle and support the joints in the floor.
After this I made sure the Yam was always well inflated, especially the under floor tube. It give the sib better rigidity and lessened the flexing. Should have done this at the start.
Never looked back..