Swim deck platform pad

Discussion in 'Sport Boats' started by boatingnut53, Mar 13, 2013.

  1. boatingnut53

    boatingnut53 New Member

    1
    Mar 13, 2013
    Seattle
    2002 220 SunDeck
    5.0
    Has anyoneinstalled a SeaDek swim deck pad? Looking into ordering one and have questions on how well it adheres and holds up. They have specs for a 220 (they list as a 22). Are there any other manufactures to check out?
     
  2. susanandlance

    susanandlance New Member

    Feb 10, 2011
    Florida
    2005 Fountain 27, 496HO power, towed by Chevrolet Duramax HD 4x4
    496HO, 425 HP
    Check w/Islandhopper/Mike, I'm pretty sure he has one on his 240DA.
     
  3. pchansen

    pchansen New Member

    207
    Dec 13, 2010
    Camas, WA
    2005 SR 220SD
    5.0 MPI w/ B3 outdrive
    I've got the teak look SeaDek on my '05 220 SD. It's awesome! I can't imagine trying to climb on to the swim deck with out it. I'll try to dig up a picture for you.
    I cleaned my deck with acetone before I applied the SeaDek. I've had zero problems with it coming up. It will fade a bit, but not bad. My one complaint it that it will stain if you get oil on it (hamburger grease, suntan lotion, or motor oil). I have two dark spots about the size of a quarter that won't come up.
     
    Last edited: Mar 14, 2013
  4. pchansen

    pchansen New Member

    207
    Dec 13, 2010
    Camas, WA
    2005 SR 220SD
    5.0 MPI w/ B3 outdrive
    Here you go:
    (The round thing is the mount for my BBQ)

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  5. Mikemapva

    Mikemapva Member

    477
    Aug 6, 2007
    Potomac River, VA
    2001 Chaparral Signature 300
    Twin 5.0 Volvo DPs with 7KW Kohler
    That looks great!

    How hot does it get during the summer?

    Thanks,

    Mike
     
  6. pchansen

    pchansen New Member

    207
    Dec 13, 2010
    Camas, WA
    2005 SR 220SD
    5.0 MPI w/ B3 outdrive
    Not hot at all. My daughter lays out on it in direct sunlight. I can't emphasize enough how comfortable (and non-skid) this makes the swim platform.
     
  7. Mikemapva

    Mikemapva Member

    477
    Aug 6, 2007
    Potomac River, VA
    2001 Chaparral Signature 300
    Twin 5.0 Volvo DPs with 7KW Kohler
    That's great news. I think I'll look into it for our boat.

    Mike
     
  8. rcknecht

    rcknecht Active Member

    Mar 23, 2009
    toms river,nj
    340 Sundancer 2001
    T 454 MPI
    I liked your pic so much I looked at the site... They don't show a template or price for my boat... I expect it would cost around $600... I will put it on my list... Right now, I am saving for gas, which will be this summer's limiting expense...
     
  9. Fly4Kix

    Fly4Kix New Member

    32
    Jan 27, 2008
    E.TN
    2005 Sea Ray 220 SD
    5.0L B3
    I too am looking at the Seadek material, I need to call them I guess because the website lists their template for the 220 sun deck as being for a 2007 year model. pchansen, I notice in your pictures that in addition to your swim platform you've got a strip on the passageway into the boat and a small piece on the nonskid on the port side just above the platform. Was that a custom option?

    Thanks!
     
  10. pchansen

    pchansen New Member

    207
    Dec 13, 2010
    Camas, WA
    2005 SR 220SD
    5.0 MPI w/ B3 outdrive
    You can template just about anything (All my SeaDek was templated by me - mainly because of the addition of the grill mount). In addition to what you see in the pictures, I also have the foot pad at the helm and the anchor locker door at the bow covered.

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    Last edited: Mar 17, 2013
  11. Fly4Kix

    Fly4Kix New Member

    32
    Jan 27, 2008
    E.TN
    2005 Sea Ray 220 SD
    5.0L B3
    Gotcha. That's really nice I really like the look you've got going there.
     
  12. nauti medic

    nauti medic New Member

    43
    Sep 6, 2009
    Chain o' Lakes IL
    280 ss
    T 350 mags w/Bravo I's
    pchansen,
    What type of mount is that. Was it a universal or brand specific? The plate you have is exactly what I am looking for to attach to the swim deck but want to make sure it will work with my grill. That being said also what type of pedestal leg and attachment do you have? Any help is greatly appreciated.
     
  13. islandhopper00

    islandhopper00 Active Member

    Jan 4, 2007
    Lake Norman (Denver) NC
    240 Sundancer
    5.0L 260hp, BIII outdrive
    Looks like you got your answer! Sea Dek is awesome stuff. I love mine.
     
  14. pchansen

    pchansen New Member

    207
    Dec 13, 2010
    Camas, WA
    2005 SR 220SD
    5.0 MPI w/ B3 outdrive
    Sorry I didn't respond earlier- didn't see the post. Anyway, it's the standard Magma BBQ pedestal mount. I think you can buy just the mount and leg and you should be able to fashion a way attach the leg to your BBQ.
     
  15. nauti medic

    nauti medic New Member

    43
    Sep 6, 2009
    Chain o' Lakes IL
    280 ss
    T 350 mags w/Bravo I's
    pchansen, nothing to be sorry for. thanks for getting back to me. I'll have to look into and thanks for the info.
     
  16. Emagine

    Emagine New Member

    28
    Jul 23, 2009
    British Virgin Islands
    500 Sundancer
    Cummins QSM11
    Would you consider the Seadek product for replacing the snap in carpeting? I recently ordered a custom piece for the helm station area, but haven't received it yet.
     
  17. pchansen

    pchansen New Member

    207
    Dec 13, 2010
    Camas, WA
    2005 SR 220SD
    5.0 MPI w/ B3 outdrive
    I've thought about it as my carpet is the original from 2005. I can't figure out what to do with the male snaps that are screwed into the floor. I could take them out and fill the holes with epoxy or gelcoat or resin or whatever. I do a bit of fishing on the boat and it's nice to be able to remove the carpet for days when i might have a bloody fish flopping around on the floor. I'm leaning on just replacing the carpet with a slightly updated pattern from one of the carpet vendors. The price quote was about $410 if i remember correctly. This is the pattern I'm looking at. I think it will hide spills and small blemishes better than the off-white color I have now.
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    It's called Bayou Beige and it's from http://www.snapincarpet.com/products.cfm
    It compliments the look and color of the SeaDek very nicely.
     
    Last edited: May 1, 2013
  18. Bryank

    Bryank New Member

    453
    Jul 3, 2008
    Catawba Island, OH
    2001 410DA
    Mercruiser 8.1S Horizons
    I purchased the Bayou Beige for my boat last year--get lots of compliments on it. You don't see it on too many boats and anything beats the old Sea Ray "honey" Berber!

    And, yes, it does hide dirt, stains and spilled Bourbon very well!
     
  19. pchansen

    pchansen New Member

    207
    Dec 13, 2010
    Camas, WA
    2005 SR 220SD
    5.0 MPI w/ B3 outdrive
    Good to know! Thanks for the info! Did you buy it from snapincarpet.com?
     
  20. matthewmiller01

    matthewmiller01 New Member

    May 14, 2008
    Knoxville, TN
    2008 290 Sundancer
    Twin 5.0 MPIs (DTS) w/ Bravo III Drives
    Kohler 5 ECD
    Your avatar would be disappointed...
     

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