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Old 03-26-2018, 03:35 PM   #61
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Almost done with our foredeck. Lots of breathing once you comit yourself.
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Another factor is that teak decking can TAKE a beating as well. Diving gear and such.
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Another factor is that teak decking can TAKE a beating as well. Diving gear and such.
Yup, and dents too.
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