A Teak Deck: Laying It Out and Laying It Down.

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March 13, 2012

Eric Blake

Here we are at the stern of a 26′ center-console  jetdrive launch that’s under construction at Brooklin Boat Yard. The stern deck on either side of the transom door, the side decks, and forward deck that show here are sub-decks of plywood that are about to be sheathed in teak. The construction is straightforward and typical of many boats we build. The subdeck is 3/8″ ocoume plywood laid directly over the deck beams, sheer clamps and carlins—which all are Douglas-fir. It is amazing how a light layer of plywood glued and screwed to the deck frame of any boat stiffens…

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