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Replacing a Teak Deck I could live the rest of my days on this boat and be perfectly happy. My SO isn't quite so on board with that idea as I am but I'm working on it.
The teak deck was in a poor state, as was some of the interior, so the owners asked us to replace the deck and sole, as well as commissioning Continue reading July 5, 2018 July 5, 2018 Copper Coating , Interior Fit , Teak Decks
Replacing a teak deck is a massive job. To replace the decks on a 9m 30ft boat is six weeks work three months for a 15m 50-footer . We are talking about many thousands of pounds and your boat out of action for a while.
If you have teak, sooner or later you'll have to replace the black caulk. Here are step by step instructions with photos. If you have teak on your boat, sooner or later youll have to replace the black caulk between the seams. we swore we werent going to do anything to the teak decks until they started leaking maybe not a wise
Opinion seems to be divided on whether teak decks on a boat are good or bad. Personally I love them providing they are properly laid and maintained. Laying Teak Decking Mark- I have a 1981 Formosa 51 with teak deacks due to the expense I am looking at replacing the teak with oak. These decks were put down with screws thru the teak into
HOW TO MAINTAIN AND CAULK TEAK DECKS. Never sand a teak deck unless you are keeping your boat in a museum . One of the beauties of teak is its non-slip quality. In particularly bad spots, where you really should replace a piece of plank but don't want to tackle it, I have used an epoxy paste to repair the wood. It will only be
Replacing the Teak. Some old teak decks are still fine, but for others it is time to change the teak. The good news is that a teak laid in silicone is easily removed from the boat: the screws are undone and the teak ribbons can be lifted off the boat.
Modern teak decks the truth hurts Replacing a teak deck is a massive job. To replace the decks on a 30ft 9m boat is six weeks work. Three months for a 50 footer. We are talking about many thousands of pounds and your boat out of action for a while.
Although its a potentially durable material for marine use, the teak used in decking can quickly deteriorate if not cared for correctly, leaving the owner with a significant bill for repair or replacement.
Like many Taiwanese boats built in the 1980s, my Kaufman 47, Quetzal, was slathered in teak. Side decks, foredeck, cabin trunk, handrails, coamings a veritable forest afloat. As someone capable of rationalizing almost anything, and because I was able to buy the boat for a great price, I not only
I have seen some quality second hand yachts for sale at very interesting prices because the teak decks need replacing. Instead of replacing like for like, would replacing them with something like Trakmark, Treadmaster or similar be an economic idea? Has anybody actually done that and what would likely be a ballpark figure for a typical 36 footer?
Good morning I am really confused about the correct procedure for replacing the teak on a steel deck, in the situation where the steel underneath
Question: We are hoping to draw on your experience with teak deck replacement on our steel sailboatDespite our initial plan of just stemming the leaks for the short term until we sailed somewhere fun, they are just too bad and the deck has to go next spring/summer. While going through the process of finding someone