laying teak deck yacht

As a result many of the new yachts seen at boat shows actually have simulated teak decks made of PVC. ... but don’t forget there’s far more labour involved in laying a real teak deck. 【Get Price】

Opinion seems to be divided on whether teak decks on a boat are good or bad. Personally I love them providing they are properly laid and maintained. I’ll be discussing looking after teak in a later posting but for today I wanted to go through the steps for a correctly laid teak deck what’s involved and how to go about it. 【Get Price】

Part 2 of a tutorial from Boatworks Today on how to fabricate and install a small teak deck as a highlight on your boat using materials from Teak Decking Systems. 【Get Price】

Anything is possible but it always costs. Replacing a teak deck is a massive job. To replace the decks on a 9m (30ft) boat is six weeks’ work – three months for a 15m (50-footer). We are talking about many thousands of pounds and your boat out of action for a while. There are other considerations before you decide on a teak deck. 【Get Price】

Don’t underestimate this; a new teak deck for a 40-foot boat will cost upwards of $30000 (and it’s a bill that all too frequently comes as an unpleasant surprise to the owner). The biggest problem is that the gorgeous scrubbed look that we all see on photos of superyachts and classic vessels literally wears the deck away at up to one tenth ... 【Get Price】

Laying a sprung deck (curved decking to match the boat's bow shape) is a bit more challenging and usually requires 'butting' the teak decking into a central king plank. Teak deck placement around deck fittings also requires additional forethought however it is not overly complicated. 【Get Price】