SeaDek Engine Bay Mats for Yamaha 23 Foot Boats (2003-2006)
SeaDek Faux Teak Optional Mat 3X for 2003-2006 Yamaha 230 models.
This mat covers the surface of the storage lockers located to the left and right of the upper engine hatch area.
Note: Image features darker charcoal gray color which has been discontinued. Please select color from swatches pictured in images section.
-New For 2021: Fresh New Color Options & Style Choices!
Seadek Non-Skid Mats Add A touch Of Comfort To Your Boat While Also Eliminating The Frustration Of Cleaning Carpet And Stubbing Your Toes On Exposed Snaps!
-SeaDek's closed cell EVA chemistry makes it impervious to water.
-SeaDek is UV stabilized to reduce color fade.
-SeaDek comes with a 3 year warranty.
Color Choice Tips:
Titanium Gray Over Black is slightly lighter shade of gray when compared to Storm Gray (Currently Out Of Stock-Anticipate Arrival Spring 2021)
Storm Gray Over Black is Most CommonColor For AR230
Mocha Over Black Is Similar To Natural Oiled Teak Wood, A More Classic Teak Look
Terra Over Black Is Similar To Natural Weathered Teak Wood
Style Choice Tips:
2 Inch Teak Is Most Popular Style Choice
Plank Style Features 50% Fewer Teak Lines And Eliminates The Border
Dragon Scales Replicates The New 255X Cut Style
Light Amplification Disclaimer:
-Sunlight can reflect off gel-coat surfaces to damage the SeaDek product.
For certain applications and under certain conditions, SeaDek applied in the cockpit and other areas with vertical surfaces and/or reflecting off hardware/stainless, etc., can be exposed to temperatures above the operational temperature of 165oF (73oC). Lighter colors reduce the light amplification potential, however, it will not be covered under our standard warranty if light amplification occurs.
How Do I Minimize The Light Amplification Risk?
-After installation, the preferred method of storage is that the boat (or any other surface of application) be covered. SeaDek pads are very durable, but they will last longer and the colors will fade more slowly if they are not exposed to the elements when not in use. Examples include keeping the boat; in a garage, covered with a canvas boat cover, in a covered boat slip, etc. Also keeping the bimini top up and shading the cockpit area helps to keep temperatures down.
-Chrome hardware on transom table leg mounts and cockpit table leg mounts can be sanded or otherwise given a matte finish to help reduce potential for light amplification.
-On select Yamaha models JetBoatPilot has observed common areas which appear to be more susceptible to light amplification. On these select models JetBoatPilot has begun to develop mitigation pads which can be adhered to the vertical surface which has been found to commonly cause the light amplification problem. On these select boat models mitigation pads will be included with your new SeaDek kit and if installed properly will help to minimize the potential for light amplification.
Does Choosing A Lighter Color Minimize The Risk Of Light Amplification?
Yes, choosing a lighter color SeaDek material reduces the surface temperature in most cases. JetBoatPilot has chosen "Cool Colors" and has made them available as an alternative to the standard color choices which have been available up through July 2016.
Do Certain Geographic Areas Experience More Light Amplification Than Others?
Yes, southern states have higher temperatures than northern states. With that said this does not mean that if you live in Illinois that you won't run the risk of having light amplification problems.
For more detailed information about light amplification potential for your boat please call 850-867-1410 and speak with one of our customer care specialists.