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Old 09-07-2007
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hairdressing...????

I brought my boat back to home port, and now it has to go the while way back to the boat yard, to be hauled and have those marvellous 30 year old Tiawanese teak decks torn off and either sealed and painted, or re-teaked.

The cost of the re-teak is £12,000... 10 mm, bonded to the deck, no holes.

The cost of the "tear it up and seal it" option is 1/4 of that.

My crade is 250 miles away.

The deck leaks must be stopped.



Maybe I should take up hairdressing instead, you know, all that hairspray and combs and poncing about. I am not sure I am cut out for it.
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