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As folks have said: Dutchman, acetone, epoxy. Fix it right and it will look great. Personally I used angle edges like this:



At first the color difference between the old and new teak was jarring, but within a year the new teak had aged and it is now almost invisible.

Careful with the glue or epoxy, as if you slop it around it tends to show under the varnish as absorption is different from plain wood.

(BTW the image was from somewhere else - not my repair! But looks similar. With me, the narrower part was outboard, the wider inboard of the damage)
 
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