• Replacing Teak Decks is a Monumental Job Cruising World Replacing Teak Decks is a Monumental Job. There's a lot of work required to remove old teak deck and replace it with a new core and fiberglass. Menu boasting that a handsome renewable resource like teak softened the cold, oil-derived glare of a utilitarian fiberglass deck. I was more than a teak-deck apologist; I was a teak-deck snob. I

  • The truth about teak decks - Practical Boat Owner 3/1/2016 & 0183;& 32;Anything is possible but it always costs. 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. There are other considerations before you decide on a teak deck.

  • Removing Teak Decks and replacing w/ Fiberglass SailNet Nov 26, 20 6 Can anyone give me an idea about how difficult this is? I& 39;m looking at a Pearson Triton that needs the deck replaced. I would prefer to use

  • Removing Teak Decks and replacing w/ Fiberglass SailNet 3/1/2017 & 0183;& 32;Upon re-reading the OP, I'm now thinking he was asking about replacing a cored deck with a solid fiberglass one, and used the word "teak" to mean a wood core. I have seen a lot of Tritons, but none with actual teak decks. If so, then a bad core is probably a very common problem with these boats, and a fairly easy one to fix.

  • How to: Deck Repair with Plywood and Epoxy Resin - Sail 8/2/2017 & 0183;& 32;For a cored deck, scrape out a ring of core from between the two laminates and fill this area with thickened epoxy. With proper treatment, deck laminate penetration will not lead to rot, and you’ll never have to worry about replacing the deck core. Connie McBride and her husband, Dave, sailed away in 2002 on their 34ft Creekmore, Eurisko

  • Alternatives to traditional teak wood Boat International Treadmaster, a deck covering company based in the UK, has developed Atlanteak, a flexible film or sheet material that has a teak-like finish. One form of Atlanteak is made from thermoplastic sheeting that has a teak planking finish and another is based on the same cork and rubber composition used for the Treadmaster non-slip deck finish.

  • Fiberglass Boat Repair and Maintenance - WEST SYSTEM Epoxy 3 . 5 4. Repairing holed panels. 37. 6 Repairing and Upgrading Soles and Decks. 6 . Repairing delaminated soles and decks. 40. 6 2. Installing a teak deck.

  • My teak decks are shot, now what? - Sailing Magazine Apr , 20 5 What are my options to replace old teak decks? through the teak with a circular saw, being careful to just cut the wood and not the fiberglass.

  • Ideas for repair and fiberglassing structure under decking Thank u all for your answers. Clarifi ion the deck is fine, having a sandwich of teak. In between fiberglass, I don't want to cut it out because it would be over 200 sqft . I redid bow of boat for same reasonbut that was smaller area over non living spaces. People live on this boat and cutting deck open during raining season is not a good idea.

  • S&S Swan Association Cost to replace teak deck I'm curious if anyone can provide a ball park expense to replace the teak deck of a swan 40'. We're not sure if we want to replace it with new teak or go with fibreglass. 31 March 2008 - 14:03 2 Post Reply. Boucher. Join Date: 30 January 2007 Posts: 8

  • teak deck removal - change to non-skid fiberglass - Cruisers Forum Feb 2, 20 9 I am contemplating purchase of a 985 cutter that has a teak deck . Would like to hear from anyone that has gone through teak deck removal

  • Re-caulking a Teak Deck using Teak Decking Systems Caulk In the tropics, the teak deck may become so hot from the sun that the uncured caulking will bubble out of the seams. 3. Seams should be thoroughly cleaned back to fresh wood. old caulking can be removed with a razor knife and reefing hook , a router , or circular saw .

  • Teak Swim deck to replace fiberglass one ? Archive I am interested in purchasing a new/used teak deck to replace my fiberglass one this offseason. 2004 Mobius LSV. I live in Alberta, Canada. I will try the local Skiers Choice dealer here but am thinking brand new might be to much $$$ so any links, tips and all information is welcome. Thanks.

  • ReplacingTeakDecks is a Monumental Job Cruising World I considered replacing them with new fastener-free decks manufactured from templates and mounted with adhesives. These modern teak decks are lovely in every respect except price. When I received an estimate from Teak Decking Systems of $55,000 to $60,000, I became less of a teak-deck snob.

  • Replacing Damaged Balsa Core - Epoxyworks I started the project by removing all the hardware from the deck-winches, cleats, instruments, lights, sail tracks-everything. This included the old teak toe rails, which I would replace with extruded black anodized aluminum. My apologies to wooden boat enthusiasts, but since I primarily race our boat, maintaining wood trim is time wasted for me.

  • Laying Teak Decking - On Board with Mark Corke The step-by-step photos below refer to a teak overlay on a fiberglass or wooden deck. On a more traditional craft where the teak deck forms a integral and structural part of the craft the final result will look similar to the eye but the installation methods are very different to those described here and will form part of a later article

  • Step-by-step installation of teak planking using West After all the research and surveys of teak deck owners, we determined that the best method for laying teak planking on an existing glass deck was that described in the WEST SYSTEM Fiberglass Boat Repair & Restoration manual for the installation of teak veneers. We planned to start with the doghouse for practice, using 1/4" teak veneers

  • WEST SYSTEM: The secrets to renewing teak deck A deck prepared to receive a new teak deck can also accept almost anything else and perhaps the longest served is a product called Treadmaster. Made from recycled cork and rubber the former becoming harder to obtain as the wine industry switches to other types of stopper the mats provide a hard-wearing surface, with very reliable grip from the diamond pattern.

  • Typical Grand Banks Repairs Oxford Yacht Grand Banks Deck Repairs and Removal. Teak decks are nice when they look good and function like they are intended but like all other parts of your boat they require maintenance and once they have gone too far will need to be serviced. See Teak Deck Repairs or Removal in our Service Log.

  • Sailboat Listings - sailboats for sale and teak woods are used ; the headliner is a low-maintenance white vinyl with teak accents. The deck arrangement is clean and uncluttered. The large aft Still competitive on the racing circuits. Lots of teak inside, private aft cabin with private head. Ocean safe aft cockpit with a mid-ship cabin entry into the galley and nav-station area. 6 windows, 4 deck prism windows, and three hatches. listed at 20%

  • Replacing Damaged Balsa Core - Epoxyworks 11/2/2014 & 0183;& 32;I started the project by removing all the hardware from the deck-winches, cleats, instruments, lights, sail tracks-everything. This included the old teak toe rails, which I would replace with extruded black anodized aluminum. My apologies to wooden boat enthusiasts, but since I primarily race our boat, maintaining wood trim is time wasted for me.

  • How to Replace A Fiberglass Rotten Boat Deck … Replacing a rotten boat deck is a fairly common task, and it’s a lot easier than you might think. Hopefully, when you bought your boat you gave it a thorough pre-purchase inspection and didn’t get any nasty surprises. But if you buy a fixer-upper or have an older boat you love and don’t want to part with, there’s a fair chance you’ll need to replace part or all of the rotten boat

  • How to fix fibreglass deck leaks - boats.com Teak decks fitted in the past 10-12 years are likely to have been glued in place, however earlier versions relied on hundreds of screws to hold them in place. When the teak is nearing the end of its life these can be a major source of leaks, which in a number of cases allow water directly into the foam or balsa cores of the fibreglass sub-deck.

  • Removing Teak Decks and replacing w/ Fiberglass SailNet Upon re-reading the OP, I'm now thinking he was asking about replacing a cored deck with a solid fiberglass one, and used the word "teak" to mean a wood core. I have seen a lot of Tritons, but none with actual teak decks. If so, then a bad core is probably a very common problem with these boats, and a fairly easy one to fix.

  • How to fix fibreglass deck leaks - boats.com Teakdecks fitted in the past 10-12 years are likely to have been glued in place, however earlier versions relied on hundreds of screws to hold them in place. When the teak is nearing the end of its life these can be a major source of leaks, which in a number of cases allow water directly into the foam or balsa cores of the fibreglass sub-deck.

  • 29 WE'RE DONE Abandon Comfort - DIY Sailboat Teak … 01/03/2018 & 0183;& 32;Teak deck removal wasn't bad but then you toss in another few weeks hunched over rebuilding the deck all over again one synthetic slat at a time - …作者: Abandon Comfort

  • Replacing Teak Decks, the DIY-er's Way - Practical Sailor 5/13/2011 & 0183;& 32;The edge of the coachroof was molded to accept the edge of the teak plank, and scupper drains through the fiberglass cockpit coamings and toerail would be above the deck after the teak was removed. Converting to a painted deck would require extensive fairing along with several layers of gelcoat and a new nonskid applied.

  • The truth about teak decks - Practical Boat Owner Replacinga teakdeck 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. Many fibreglass boats’ decks are balsa cored, that is to say, the deck is made of two layers of fibreglass with

  • Teak deck care, repair and replacement Antigua Slipway Modern ones are decorative teak laid over a sub deck of fiberglass or other Cleaning out teak grooves of the old caulking compound before replacing the

  • Removing the teak decks from your Grand Banks or other The first step after deciding you want to remove your decks is to remove all the bungs and screws from the deck. This may be the most time consuming job of the whole process. It is also hard on the knees and back After this part is done you can progress with the actual teak removal. The teak is most likely bedded with 3M5200 or comparable bedding.

  • Installing a Teak Deck on ZATARA - Epoxyworks Nov 5, 20 4 Years of sailing ultimately introduced stress cracks in the fiberglass, resulting in a much less than watertight deck. We found old pictures from the

  • current cost estimate for replacing teak deck with nonskid $25K to Remove teak, Remove and replace any "wet Core" we had already done samples and knew that from 10-25% of the core was wet and needed to be replaced with new marine ply , apply new fiberglass over deck 3 layers of 1708 cloth , apply epoxy barrier coat, Epoxy primer, and then apply 2-part paint, and then apply Kiwi Grip nonskid.My $5K in materials costs includes all of the above except

  • teakdecks - Albin Owners For removal of teak decking on main and bridge decks, repairing rot in deck core, fibreglass where teak deck removed and replacing with painted non skid surface took 160 hour for $8,000. labour $2,200. materials = $10,200. plus taxes in 2005.

  • Rot Repair in Fiberglass Boats - ROT DOCTOR Replacing the Deck. How you replace the outer deck skin will depend on how large the area is and how it relates to the hull structure. Ordinarily the skin section can be placed back over the new core with L & L Resin bonding and the cut edges later filled with our Epoxy Filler and then sanded smooth.

  • Techniques for Removing Teak Decks SailNet Community Teak decks are attractive when properly cared for, but if ill-kept, present the nightmare of leaks over your bunk.I used to think that teak decks were the greatest. When conjuring up my dream boat, there was always a beautiful expanse of newly finished, honey-colored teak decks with perfectly

  • Replacing the Teak Decking - Cruising Boat Designs The Cockpit Project -- Replacing the Teak Decking Finisterra arrived at her new home on June 26th and we took a few days to unload cruising gear and get moved back into the house. Then I got right to work on the biggest project on my work list, replacing the teak in and around the cockpit and transom.

  • Removing Teak decks- Experiences? No deck beams. First a fiberglass layup, then a wood core, then a close out sheet of glass under the deck. The core appears to be an all teak plywood. The teak should never rot, but the glue washes out. I'm thinking it can be re-glued with west epoxy where necessary. I'm looking for what someone found when removing teak decks from a molded

  • Teak Deck removal questions Sailboat Owners Forums 1/25/2020 & 0183;& 32;just like a wood boat there is frame work/ a grid that supports the deck how ever those danes built the framing out of fiberglass. wow old man molich was a master builder with a plan. between the framing is a glass membrane thats maybe 3/16 thick. it is not at all like a fiberglass deck. the frames give the support. now, the teak deck is

  • ReplacingTeakDecks, the DIY-er's Way - Practical Sailor Practical Sailor contributor and world cruiser Joe Minick details the steps he and his wife took to replace the wornout teak deck aboard their Mason 43, Southern Cross. Minick breaks down the major tasks of the three-month project and explains how they saved a lot of money by doing some of the work themselves. The article looks at the pros and cons of a do-it-yourself teak deck refit; planning

  • Teak Deck: Replacement With Fiberglass Sailboat Owners 1/19/2005 & 0183;& 32;I would like to replace my teak deck a fiberglass one. So far, the teak has been removed and all deck hardware stripped off. I am picking up the process from a person I hired to do the entire replacement for me two years ago long story, but I lost faith in his abilities .

  • What is best to do with a worn teak deck? - DIY Wood Boat 2. Remove the teak completely and replace 3. Fill the grooves and apply some surface, e.g. fiberglass and or paint. Option is not my favourite since it requires

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  • How to Replace A Fiberglass Rotten Boat Deck BDOutdoors When replacing a piece of rotten decking, prep sand and clean the fiberglass surfaces a couple of inches beyond the repair itself so you can overlay the glass around the edges. When replacing a deck right up to the gunwales you may want to run putty around the edges to create a radius, because fiberglass hates sharp angles and laying a neat

  • Laying Teak Decking - On Board with Mark Corke 15/01/2009 & 0183;& 32;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 the plywood. Hi, I have a job to extend some teak over an existing fibreglass gamefish cockpit sole.

  • Removing Teak Decks and replacing w/ Fiberglass … 01/03/2017 & 0183;& 32;Upon re-reading the OP, I'm now thinking he was asking about replacing a cored deck with a solid fiberglass one, and used the word "teak" to mean a wood core. I have seen a lot of Tritons, but none with actual teak decks. If so, then a bad core is probably a very common problem with these boats, and a fairly easy one to fix.

  • Part 2 Teak Deck Removal Fiberglass Prep and Wet Core TeakDeckReplacement - Berthon Boat Co. - Duration: 4:45. Berthon International 44,661 views. 4:45. How to repair Fiberglass Deck Core - Installing new Fiberglass - Duration: 19:40.

  • TeakDeck: ReplacementWith Fiberglass Sailboat Owners TeakDeck: ReplacementWith Fiberglass David - The teak deck was worn thin and coming up in many places. It was clear that over time the maintenance of a new nonskid deck would be much lower than what I had. The boat's been stored under cover and under shrink wrap for the last two years.

  • Fiberglassing a Teak Deck I'm new to this forum and started out by searching old posts to see if someone has experience with glassing over teak decks, but could not find any. I have a 1969 Grand Banks with teak planking on top of 9mm roughly 3/8" plywood. The planks started out roughly 7/8" thick, but due to wear and most likely previous owners' sanding, they are now down to between 1/2 and 5/8 inch.

  • Cost for floor deck repair/replacement Page: 1 - iboats Re: Cost for floor deck repair/replacement Just did an 87 Sea Ray 17 footer. Cost was around the 2500 mark. Used epoxy resin polyester would be my choice on the next boat fiberglass from uscomosites.com, along with 2 part expandible foam. plywood was external grade plywood.

  • ReplaceTeakwith Fiberglass Archives SVDreamchaser Home Replace Teak with Fiberglass. The Teak Deck Project – Part 3 We have been continuing on with our teak deck project. It is a lot of work, it is not terribly hard work, it is more mentally challenging in that I … Read More. Show some love - Please share

  • How to Replace A Fiberglass Rotten Boat Deck … 7/23/2019 & 0183;& 32;When replacing a piece of rotten decking, prep sand and clean the fiberglass surfaces a couple of inches beyond the repair itself so you can overlay the glass around the edges. When replacing a deck right up to the gunwales you may want to run putty around the edges to create a radius, because fiberglass hates sharp angles and laying a neat

  • plans - Woodenwidget What you have to know strht away is that, like anything, teak decks need looking enough to make you care for your deck, then consider the cost of replacement. Perhaps what worries me most about laid decks on Fibreglass boats is that

  • How to: Deck Repair with Plywood and Epoxy Resin - Sail Dave opted to remove the inside fiberglass laminate in order to replace the core, rather than cut through the fiberglass deck. It’s faster and easier to fair and finish the project if only the inside laminate is cut since the fiberglass is much thinner under the deck than above it. Also, by not cutting the deck there is no possibility of the

  • Replacing Damaged Balsa Core - Epoxyworks To replace the core involves removing the fiberglass skin to expose the core. This can be done either from the topside or below deck. In my case, since the deck was getting new non-skid anyway, the repair would be easier from the topside.

  • WEST SYSTEM: The secrets to renewing teak deck If your teak deck is looking a bit thin and tired, or is lifting away from its substrate, or maybe if you just want a new design, now might be the time to start planning its replacement. A key ally in the process will be WEST SYSTEM and PRO-SET products. Natural teak decking takes many forms, from thick planks to very thin veneers.

  • How To Repair or Replace Teak Wood Decking On A Boat In this video I will replace the teak wood decking on the sailboat "Camelot". The old fake teak veneer has began to deteriorate. See photos of the work here:

  • Replacingteak on a GRP deck YBW Forum I'm considering a GRP boat whose main deck is fully covered with teak. And that wasn't even an option, just standard construction of the yard. Therefore, I'm told that the fiberglass underneath was moulded flat, without any antiskid surface. Now, even if the original teak was very nicely done

  • SailNet Community - Removing Teak Decks and replacing … Upon re-reading the OP, I'm now thinking he was asking about replacing a cored deck with a solid fiberglass one, and used the word "teak" to mean a wood core. I have seen a lot of Tritons, but none with actual teak decks. If so, then a bad core is probably a very common problem with these boats, and a fairly easy one to fix.

  • Teakdeck replaced with fibreglass - Tler Forum Just replacing or reinforcing the cored or fiberglass decks, which would only be the FIRST step in reteaking of the decks. Without fixing the subdeck, any replacement of teak is a waste of energy. I have as traditional a boat as you can get, and eventually have to address my teak decks, but do not consider it essential to include reteaking as

  • How to Repair a Fiberglass Boat Deck DoItYourself.com Knowing how to repair a fiberglass boat deck is probably one of the more essential skills a boat owner needs to learn. This simple repair job will save boat owners lots of time, will keep the boat in the water longer and out of the repair shop, and is very inexpensive when done with the right tools and materials.