You mention "without the trailer". How much with the trailer? I have no experience towing a Marinette, but I would need to get it to north Florida, and occasionally pull it out of the water in case of storm. Is that feasible?
Bryank97 wrote:That thing does look nice!
How hard of an install was the plasTEAK in the cabin? That looks way more modern and clean.
The plasTEAK took several hours to install. My plywood was in great shape so I didn't need to address and rot. There was a plywood seam that would have been visible so I leveled it with some autobody filler. The material is easy to work with but space is limited so I wish I could have suspended myself from the ceiling ALA Mission Impossible style! The material is sturdy and I'm very happy with how easy it is to clean. I bought 1/2 in. aluminum "angle iron" at a home improvement store to edge the access panels and screwed them in on the downward flange.
Am I nuts (come on now!) or is not the interior virtually the same as an Express?
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