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The bright varnish work can be a ton of work or it could be fairly simple. That will largely depend on what is on it now (varnish, polyurethane, etc), its current condition and how well you stay on top of it. If you have teak flooring, I hope it has nothing applied to it. If it does, I would simply pass. All that needs is an annual cleaning and periodic scrubbing with salt water during the season. (only scrub with a pad, never a brush). The bigger issue with teak decking is it condition: is the caulking between the boards in good condition, is it screwed down, has water seeped beneath it. If any of these are problems, the repair can be in the thousands for starters.
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In the harsh marine environment, something is always in need of repair. Margaritas fix everything.