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post #3 of Old 10-06-2012
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Re: Looking to Purchase Cheoy 38 Offshore & Looking 4 Advice

If it has teak decks it is not something I would buy.

They leak, cost a fortune to replace and make the boat significantly hotter in sunny weather.

If it has wooden cabin sides these are prone to rot where they join the deck and even the timber for the job will give you sticker shock.
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