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Replacement glued teak deck

Does anyone have recent experience of replacing a glued teak deck on a good
quality fiberglass yacht. Any observations on cost and pitfalls would be very welcome. Thankyou
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We had various quotes for our 55ft boat which is both glued and has screws and they all were in the $30-40,000 range.

In Cartagena 2 carpenters spent 5 weeks taking up the deck, taking the teak to the shop and re-cutting the groves, re-laying the teak with Sikaflex, placing almost 2,000 screws and plugs and finally sanding the deck.

Total cost $4,000 including all materials and not the $40,000 they wanted in Trinidad.

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Replacement glued teak decks

Many thanks, I imagine there are going to be huge variations round the world,mainly cost of labor
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Cost of completely replacing teak deck on 45 ft boat in Thailand--$4500. Old deck was glued and screwed, and had to be taken off in tiny pieces with a chisel.
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