we're pulling the capeting up in houseboat to place wood laminate flooring. Just in case anyone else is thinking about doing this you should know It's held down by about a million staples.
Its been the month for maintenance, so for we've replaced the macator on the head (the thing is basically a mini garbage disposal with a water pump), replaced the flooring in the head, pulled carpet in master and galley, repaired the horns,
the electric horns would only make a wimping sound, fixed by loosening the backs slightly, don't ask me why that worked.
Resealed the deck drains on the hatches(front storage and engine compartment) If you have a Gibson check these from underneath, mine were beginning to rot around the drains.
Also important to note for Gibsons the flooring in the master head was not sealed down, or chalked. It was held down the aluminim strip in front of the shower, and the wooden corner molding. very likely place for rot in the flooring with the shower and all.
After that we did a little maintenance on a sixpack or two.
Mike <BR>lake texoma, 1995 44 gibson standard