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post #21 of 45 Old 05-09-2008
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My question to TB is....What kind of boat are you going to buy????
We know it will be teakless....LOL
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A boat that has an "auxiliary" engine . . .

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LOL a walker bay with sail kit and trolling motor...)???
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Watch it Insails.

Just because I'm currently boatless and indecisive over which model(s) to get next, doesn't mean I've lowered my quality standards . . . or budget.

Besides, I'm not gonna get roped into highjacking a cetol thread to discuss my short list - (g).

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Nah, he's looking at an Arey's Pond built Cat boat.

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The natural teak cetol worked so well on my hatch boards, i have been refinishing the interior of my boat with it and am very pleased with the result, given how easy the job has been to do. In fact the last item to finish is the cabin table which happens to still bein the basement, so here is a picture. Cleaned teak with one coat of Natural Teak... excellent color, good finish.
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Just thought I'd share this photo of my cockpit. Seats are Cetol Natural (3 coats base & 2 coats gloss), the table is 12+ coats of Epifanes.
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That only looks like 11 coats of Epiphanes to me.

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And it looks like he skimped on the wetsanding between coats... you can see the bumps in the finish....

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Where's the coaster? That beer's gonna leave a ring.

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