Hello everyone, my 2005 Motor Yacht has some ugliness that I want to fix. The laminate used to cover the particle board in various parts of the cabin is showing discoloration in several areas. See below for one example in the galley. I contacted John at Restoration Marine ("PlayDate" on this forum), but he told me the replacement laminate that he sells was only used on Sea Ray boats up to about 2003. Then I called Brunswick Customer Service and spoke to Scott, who was very helpful. Sea Ray used a material called Lignapal in my boat and others of that vintage. Lignapal is made in Denmark, using a real wood veneer over a plastic backing and a lacquer coating on top. Sea Ray actually stocks 4'x8' sheets of Lignapal in the colors used when the boats were built, and can be ordered through a Sea Ray dealer. I see it's also available at Flounder Pounder in some colors. Scott at Brunswick also put me in touch with a guy named Mike who works at J&M Marine in Florida. Mike's specialty is applying and repairing Lignapal in boats. I spoke to Mike and it sounds like he will be on the road during the off season, including the Chesapeake area toward the end of winter because he gets a lot of work in this area. Does anybody else have any experience with repairing Lignapal in a Sea Ray? I'm probably going to get Mike from J&M to repair mine unless I find another option.