Hello John and welcome to the forum.
The first question is, do you know what caused the soft spot, and had it been remedied?
The second question is, how handy are you with a tape measure and a circular saw?
Patching the floor is not that hard, but I have one criteria on doing things to my Airstream ( Ok it is badged Argosy) If I am too intimidated by it I ask tons of questions here and read posts until I think I know it all. Then I proceed VERY carefully and attempt to do it myself. Now I am handy with a tape measure and a saw, but without a service manual to see what is beneath the floor I would be very leery of cutting into the floor. If the spot is really soft you could use a drill to punch thru and tear out by hand until you got to good wood, then get the saw out to cut to a frame member.
Let me expound.
The flooring needs to be cut back to the point that you are into good solid wood. Depending on the placement of repair there are two methods of patching. One is to cut the bad out, cut cleats and mount with screws and glue to the underside of the floor surrounding the fresh opening and drop into the opening a cut to fit piece and screw and glue it into place.
The other option is to cut the flooring back to the point that you are on a frame rail or floor joist and re-attach the new flooring to the frame itself.
In either case remember to set you saw to the thickness of the flooring only, or you may cut something that is VERY expensive to repair.