ID help? 3/4 " teak on oak, 34' sailboat

Discussion in 'Wooden Boat Building and Restoration' started by b_ritchie, Sep 20, 2007.

  1. b_ritchie
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    b_ritchie New Member

    I've been offered a 34' sailboat with the deck house and deck and interior removed with teak on white oak frames. Deck and deck house in mahogany with bronze fittings. Does anyone have an idea who may have built this boat? Is it worth it as a 3-5 year project and $$$?
     
  2. alan white
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    alan white Senior Member

    There are boats as you describe that are well worth the effort, and some that would be a waste of time. If it's free, that always helps. Lots of bronze hardware (enough to complete a boat) is helpful.
    I think you will have to supply a photo or two. Especially to answer the next to last question.

    Alan
     
  3. b_ritchie
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    b_ritchie New Member

    Thanks, Alan. I'll post some pictures in a few days.
     
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