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Re: Schoechl Sunbeam 34

Originally Posted by 14gigi View Post
you may be right but when you want a long-lasting surface glass is the way to go....i once got quoted 25 grand on a 35 ft camper nic and that was 10 years ago. Did any Sunbeams come without teak deck? I see one 34 selling in the states, Marlyand, going really good less than dollars 59K.
You could do the job. Those materials are easier to apply than real teak.

The Sunbeams were always a somewhat customized boat. Normally they come with teak decks unless the client would have wanted any other thing but that is very unlikely because in Europe teak is very popular in high end boats.

I don't know the condition of the teak but I had seen 30 year old boats with teak decks that could be recovered. Old teak was of much better quality and the thickness they use was a lot more then what is used now. Maybe it is recoverable?



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