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Tayana 37 refit...

We have a project to kick out of the doors by April 1. She needs teak removal (DONE) deck recore, mast step rebuild, mast partner rebuild, new bowsprit, etc... The boys pulled the teak and the deck glass where needed and we are about ready to go back togeher.











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Looks gummy under that teak Charlie,but she's coming up a treat.
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Re: Tayana 37 refit...

Here are some shots of the lower glass after the core removal. Still a bit of fairing to do.



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Re: Tayana 37 refit...

Charlie, great shots. Forgive the stupid question, but do you now lay down new coring and then glass over it? It looks like a lot of work, but the finished product should be very strong and water tight. The reason that I ask is that I have been automatically writing off teak decked boats in my search for the "next one". This might change my thinking, as I might be capable of some repairs like this. I imagine that side decks are easier to complete cosmetically than cabin tops. Is that true?

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Re: Tayana 37 refit...

Once the fairing is done and that lower glass is smooth with no ripples, we'll lay the core and glass over with three layers. One mat and two combo. Yes, the cabin tops are a touch more difficult due to increased camber. One way we maintain the camber is to make T-stringers from 1/2" thick Oak strips set on custom cut vertical braces and pressed hard against the bottom of the inside glass. This provides support and maintains the shape of the housetop while you replace the core and upper glass. It means less filling and fairing afterwards. This job will run the owner about 7K when done.

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