Without knowing what all is water damaged and how badly, it's impossible to advise on what to do about it. It's one of those things where you commit to the project first, and later discover what the project is.
As mentioned above, the source of the damage needs to be dealt with first. In addition, it could take a month for the subfloor and insulation to dry out once the intrusion is stopped and the flooring is removed.
I did my bus end-to-end in vinyl plank. I'm having a meh/hate relationship with the results. It doesn't look the same in the bus as it did in the showroom, didn't install as breasily as the videos showed, and seems to damage easily (20mil surface). Scratches are forever.
Any bevel-edged plank is limiting in how you can use the board. Also, beveled edges are horribly weak. If you need to unpair any, you'll destroy the tongue-n-groove locks and need to use glue.
The wear warranty applies only to a damaged plank. You're responsible for replacing all the planks that had to come up to get at the damaged one. So the free one can cost you a couple of boxes; there's no practical way to collect on the performance guarantee.
$0.02, ymmv, etc.
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TARDIS Project 2001 Mountain Aire DP40' 330CAT