i just picked up my first boat, it is a huge project in all honesty. i went on craigs list and started my search and found an artical for a boat that was priced at 50 bucks. figureing it was a waste of time i wasnt even going to call the number but i ended up calling and going to look at the boat. it is a 1972 runabout, sea king he picked it up from an older lady whos husband had passed away, he sold the seats, windows, both engines, everything that was unboltable is gone already so im down to basically a floor and hull. when the guys took the seats they just riped them out of the floor and it got filled with rain water so now i have to redo the entire floor. plus find a mess of parts. what process do i need to follow to redo the floors? it is all fiberglass and i wouldnt mind switching over to all wood. that being said what is the best way to tackel this project? i plan to but both motors new and may have possibly found a parts boat with everything eles i need, if not its not that big of a deal. however considering it is a runabout how would you guys go about the project of the floor, would you put in some storage area? what kind of pole holders? i've never messed with any boats but have came from a long line of fiberglassers and auto mach. so im hopeing to get into the project in the next couple weeks. will post a few pictures as soon as i get the chance.