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    I have a 23' Mako that needs a lot of teak wood replaced. Is there a website i can go to and get the premade teak cuts that was on my boat when it was made.

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    You can check out Fin Addict marine...he can do your hatches no problem if you provide dims...the rod locker trim would be trickier you may have to make that locally.

    https://www.facebook.com/Fin-Addict-...9293326419714/
    ROGUE I[br]1978 235 CC[br]Newburyport, MA[br]ROGUE II[br]1987 17\' Montauk[br]Camden, ME[br]

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    • #3
      You can check out Fin Addict marine...he can do your hatches no problem if you provide dims...the rod locker trim would be trickier you may have to make that locally.

      https://www.facebook.com/Fin-Addict-...9293326419714/
      ROGUE I[br]1978 235 CC[br]Newburyport, MA[br]ROGUE II[br]1987 17\' Montauk[br]Camden, ME[br]

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      • #4
        You can check out Fin Addict marine...he can do your hatches no problem if you provide dims...the rod locker trim would be trickier you may have to make that locally.

        https://www.facebook.com/Fin-Addict-...9293326419714/
        ROGUE I[br]1978 235 CC[br]Newburyport, MA[br]ROGUE II[br]1987 17\' Montauk[br]Camden, ME[br]

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        • #5
          As much as I like the classic with teak trim we have replaced most of the teak with starboard. The starboard requires less maintenance and easy clean up. It also makes boat more modern looking.
          Keyman[br]Paoli, PA

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          • #6
            As much as I like the classic with teak trim we have replaced most of the teak with starboard. The starboard requires less maintenance and easy clean up. It also makes boat more modern looking.
            Keyman[br]Paoli, PA

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            • #7
              As much as I like the classic with teak trim we have replaced most of the teak with starboard. The starboard requires less maintenance and easy clean up. It also makes boat more modern looking.
              Keyman[br]Paoli, PA

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              • #8
                As much as I like the classic with teak trim we have replaced most of the teak with starboard. The starboard requires less maintenance and easy clean up. It also makes boat more modern looking.
                Keyman[br]Paoli, PA

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                • #9
                  I like the smaller boats with teak... fit the 22 and larger with starboard
                  1990 - 261 [br]1968 -19 (First 40)[br][email protected]

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                  • #10
                    Hello my name is Robert and I am new to the forum. I have a 1986 Mako21 and I am trying to find the best way to clean and treat the teak. I like the way the teak looks but it doesn't seem to last long.

                    Any suggestions?

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                    • #11
                      You can clean it and oil it for a temp shine.

                      More permanent approach: remove, sand, varnish...10-12 coats, wetsand between coats. With this method, you will have follow up with maintenance coats every several years depending on sun/UV exposure.

                      IMO Varnish looks best -- better than cetol, better than oil.
                      ROGUE I[br]1978 235 CC[br]Newburyport, MA[br]ROGUE II[br]1987 17\' Montauk[br]Camden, ME[br]

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                      • #12
                        Wow! 10-12 coats of Varnish! Is there any brand you prefer? I am thinking about my next project on my Mako 15 1974, and the teak is original and a bit beat up. I think I'll remove it and sand, then try the varnish as suggested.
                        Mark Kriz[br]Mako15 1974[br]Mercury Thunderbolt 800 1972[br]Maple Valley, WA[br][br]

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