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Johnny, that's a butcher job and no craftsman will touch it. Anyone who will touch it, won't be a craftsman.
When you have a leaking teak deck there's only one thing to do and that's to remove the teak, all the teak, and then either rebed it properly or strip it off and reseal the fiberglass beneath it.
Either way you need to remove all the deck hardware and do a lot of labor, and the "remove all the teak" part doesn't have to be skilled marine labor, just any careful carpenter or manual laborer.
Anything else is a kludge job, and is just going to delay the inevitable while wasting your money.