Zodiac mk2C FR... Not well
I'm grappling with whether to spend the time (of which I have very little thanks to teenagers) removing, cleaning and regluing the floor of our Zodiac. As you all know, tubes are awesome and hold air forever, but on a recent river jaunt the floor started to go. By the time I had offloaded the kids and puttered home, what had appeared to be good glue followed at an alarming rate, so it really is now a start again job.
THe frustrating thing is that the boat had been stored and not really used by the previous owner for years and as such is in great condition apart from the glue - transom rock solid, air floor good etc.
The question I have is (and Fenlander kindly echoed this when I first posted): Do I spend the time or cut my losses - it seems such a shame to get rid of something which has substantial good points but the investment in time is a big one..
The alternative is to see if anyone here has the time or interest to take it on - I'd much rather let someone here have it for a very reasonable price if they have the wherewithall to do it than go through the eBay trauma.
So, let me know if anyone has any interest - if not I'll mull it over some more. The catalyst for this is that I'm not allowed to buy a new one until I decide what I'm doing with this one and I want to be on the water!