My wife bought the Eagle because of the teak decks, rails trim and the teak interior. She figured it would keep me busy.
Actually I do enjoy doing the bright work a couple of hours a day time permitting. However we do live on it so its like maintaining a house. Also if its maintained a light sanding and varnishing I'd required. Its the teak swim step and long rub rail that takes the most time and work. Its the calking that usually fails, not the varnish, so in stead of caulking been using epoxy instead, and epoxy for problem areas.
However the interior had to much teak and made the hall and staterooms dark, so we wall papered the hall and one wall in the staterooms, so if in the future the teak could be brought back. The Eagle does get a lot of attention and complements. However I would not want any more teak.