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4788 Teak Decking 16 Jun 2007 10:26 #1

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Some pictures of Plasteak installation on MOONSHINE, a 2000 4788. The job was labor intensive (over 100 hours) and was done by a professional installer. Other pictures are posted on Motoryacht Thread (Teak Decks for MOONSHINE)

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4788 Teak Decking 16 Jun 2007 13:22 #2

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That is beautiful - what a job. Obviously a craftsman! That has definately added major value to the boat.

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4788 Teak Decking 16 Jun 2007 13:24 #3

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Beautiful!!

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4788 Teak Decking 06 Jul 2007 04:55 #4

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what do you use to clean?

we used a orange/pumice hand cleaner this weekend with a brush -- lots of work but it looks great

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4788 Teak Decking 06 Jul 2007 14:37 #5

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That's one handsome deck :arr

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4788 Teak Decking 06 Jul 2007 17:40 #6

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Very nice deck. Congratulations.

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4788 Teak Decking 09 Jul 2007 19:59 #7

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Hope you don't mind but I resize your pics. They were huge on my screen.

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You did a great looking job!
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4788 Teak Decking 14 Sep 2007 14:28 #8

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The flooring looks great, I am thinking about doing the same on my 47, Could you tell me how many square feet of flooring it took to do the back cockpit and swim plattform? thank you Jack G.

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4788 Teak Decking 14 Sep 2007 21:44 #9

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I will be extending my swim platform this winter and was considering flexi teak however. I met a guy this summer who had done just that and asked him about it. He told me he would not have done this if he would have known the following. Said it is impossible to walk on it barefooted because it gets so darn hot from the sun and said it marked up very easily. What's your take on this? Looks just beautiful by the way. Great job/improvement. :D

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4788 Teak Decking 16 Sep 2007 01:03 #10

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Excellent work.... I could use a couple of guys like that on my crew!

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4788 Teak Decking 16 Sep 2007 15:00 #11

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Truly gorgeous work. You should feel very proud and satisfied!

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Good Luck & Smooth Cruisin' to ya'll! :arr
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4788 Teak Decking 17 Sep 2007 23:56 #12

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that is beautifui. You did a great job

wonder how it would look on a bowrider instead of carpet:arr

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4788 Teak Decking 18 Sep 2007 19:03 #13

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Thanks all for the kind words. We took MOONSHINE on a 3 week round trip cruise from LI, NY to Cape Fear, NC in July--2 couples and our 11 year old Lab. The deck is virtually maintenance free--just rinse and wash with a deck brush! It does get warm in the sun but is not uncomfortable. The surface is non-skid and does not mark or scratch easily.

The cockpit required about 70 sq ft and the swim platform about 48 sq ft. The foredeck required about 120 sq ft (the planks had to be separated to accomodate the deck's curve). Travis Tea, president of TT Custom Marine, installed the Plasdeck at our home in NY (the boat is kept in our boathouse off season so weather was not a concern during the installation). He replaced the original cockpit lazarette latches with brass latches. The project took him over 100 hours. I would recommend him without reservation. Check out his website www.ttcustommarine.com

Wally

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