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Old 08-30-2022, 10:20 AM   #141
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I am looking at a 36 island gypsy. It has teak decks,what is an approximate cost to remove and fiberglass?
Welcome aboard. DIY or paying a yard to do the work? DIY I would guess about $2K in materials. Having a yard do it maybe $10K to $15K.
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I am looking at a 36 island gypsy. It has teak decks,what is an approximate cost to remove and fiberglass?
I spent about $26-27K AUD, but that included fresh teak on the side decks and cockpit on my IG36 Europa. Longest part of the job.
2 layers of painted f/glass fwd of the step up to the bow, one layer laid everywhere else. You need it for stiffness, and sealing.There was a lot of fairing before glassing.
The state of the deck below the existing teak is an issue. The sandwich material in my deck was foam, which doesn`t rot. If yours is wood and affected, the cost rises ++. 2 small squares of teak just fwd of the step up, were soft wet and rotten,and replaced with foam.
Some IGs from about 1981 had foam sandwich decks. You may be able to visualize yours around the aft lazarrette hatch edges.
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