for resident evil 7: biohazard on the playstation 4, a gamefaqs message board topic titled "list of auto-saves in madhouse *spoilers*".
for fallout: new vegas on the xbox 360, a gamefaqs message board topic titled "no boat at cottonwood cove".
over time, boat floors begin to show wear and tear from repeated exposure to the elements, specifically water. the need for a new boat floor becomes inevitable when the floor has a soft, spongy feel that is a sure sign of dry rot. however, the need for replacing a boat floor does not mean the end of your boating days.
boat floor repair & dry rot with a boat floor made out of wood, dry rot will be one of the primary problems you have to deal with. first, acquire a git-rot kit for yourself. this kit includes a two-part liquid epoxy that soaks into wood via capillary action. this is especially effective on loose wood and end grain materials that
your father takes you on a cruise for your 10th birthday (oddly you are the only people on board this huge ship). your gift is a knife. i bet dad never thought this knife would be a key to your survival. when a storm hits your boat is sinks. after a while you awoke by a monkey on an island. thus the game begins.
re: replacing boat floor it's a 1980s era bayliner. if the floor is rotted, you've got more problems than just the floor. very good chance you'll have to replace the stringers as well, and give the transom a very close look for any rot, too. they usually rot from the bottom up, starting at the stringers.
join the captain on board the krystal- (3)! go to the shed at the end of the seawall- now explore all the dock, that shed is on the seawall past the stern of the krystal. there is a view spot of that boat outside the seawall just before the shed, and the fisherman up by the lighthouse has a tale to tell.! prepare and assemble the diving equipment-
the boat floor is arguably the most important part of your boat. if it rots, it can spread to the rest of the boat and create a terrible, dangerous mess. there are ways that you can repair a rotting boat floor, but doing so may make the problem worse if you don’t know how.
everyone who had been on board a stranded cruise ship, a passenger filmed the icy waters gushing across the floor. rodney horgen of minnesota said he was terrified. but tug-boats still