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Cork screwed report
Cork oak landscapes also contribute to store carbon, reducing greenhouse gases in
the atmosphere.

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I am surprised that more people have not chosen cork as a replacement for teak. We replaced the original teak decks on our 1985 Nauticat (36') this past summer. We extensively researched the alternatives to teak and concluded that cork was by far the best choice.  We did all the work ourselves from removing the teak to laying/caulking the cork; from start to finish the project took 6 weeks.

I am writing an article about the rationale for our choice and the installation process. If anyone is interested in knowing more about this amazing material I am more than happy to respond to individual inquiries.   

 

Deb Cantrell

S/VBeedahbun

 

 

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