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- Joined: April 11th, 2013, 6:46 am
- Vessel Info: 1977 Carver Mariner 33'
- Location: Sheboygan, WI
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Has anybody painted the exterior teak wood on their boats? I am considering it. Yes teak is pretty cool and looks great but it is one of the things that seem to make my boat look old and outdated. What we were considering was to pull the glass and tint it all. Then paint all of the exterior wood black. How does the paint hold up on teak wood? Any special treatments?
If you want to see any example if what I was considering (call me a copy cat, that's ok), do a search on the net for a boat called 'Flip Me Over'. This place did just what I am thinking about AND they changed the roof line on the back and added a sliding door. It looks super cool. I have also thought about that. I know where I can get a glass door, but no tracks, which makes that decision a little more difficult.
Anyhoo, I know you guys have taken on some big projects, what do you think?
22' Godfrey Hurricane Fun Deck, Fiberglass hull, 175 HP, Deck boat
24' Chrysler Cruiseliner III (Lonestar), 120 HP, Aluminum Hull, Cabin, 1968
33' Carver Mariner, fiberglass hull, 520 HP, Yacht, 1977
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- Posts: 38
- Joined: November 13th, 2013, 1:40 pm
- Vessel Info: 1986 Carver 3227 Convertible
- Location: Marblehead, OH
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