Originally Posted by Bruce Hanson
Thanks for the replys, Teak decks are a deal breaker for us too. Last year we missed out on one without (my fault) The most difficult question is how much boat does one buy? I guess I have been disappointed more often by going cheap than getting the top of the line.
Bob Perry himself once posted that he loved a teak deck as long as it was not his teak deck.
Actually teak deck as such is not a deal breaker for me but old teak deck most certainly is. No matter how well it has been looked after a 30 year old teak deck is almost certainly going to cost.
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