We have an aluminium gang plank which is dangerously slippy when wet. At the recent syndicate agm I suggested replacing it with a wooden one - lighter, quieter, less likely to damage gelcoat if dropped, a bit less slippy, but was outvoted. We then got onto anti-slipping it. I suggested hanging it over the side for the winter and the barnacles would make a fine anti slip coat but this was not taken seriously (quite rightly I should think). Talked through treadmaster, rubber strips, all sorts of stuff but don't seem to have reached a conclusion. Does anyone have any ideas for a cheap but reasonably robust solution.