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I agree with Dale.. perhaps support the boat a bit better on the trailer, make patterns from the existing, cut away the current tabbing and work from within. Even rebuilding the seats and berths would likely be less work and less disruptive than trying to re & re the deck, esp if the deck joint is currently sound and not leaking.
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