The Catamaran Just a Dream was looking for better footing in the cockpit and the foredeck near the mast, as well as to replace worn non-skid on the transom steps, and some beyond-repair teak/holly in the head below. SeaCork to the rescue. A lovely installation by Rob Mould of REM Yacht Repair in Connecticut, this…
This was a smallish project that paid huge dividends, as the look and feel of this aging production sailboat was renewed completely by the addition of cork in the cockpit and swim step. Take a look at the before and after photos. Spectacular!
A fantastic way to give a comfortable, secure and sustainable swim platform on any boat. And you can make it as personal as you like. This is white caulk in a custom cut design.
This owner chose a stained pattern for a classy, unique addition to his cockpit. The crew will appreciate the non-slip feature of SeaCork when hauling big fish aboard!
This client desired a customized pattern in the floor of the shower, to replace some decorative tile that had been there (but was much too slippery). The result is quite fabulous, and much, much safer.
Looking fast, and classy, with a SeaCork deck and custom touches. This project was mostly done with templates in a shop, then transferred to the boat for final fitting. Nice contrast and logo work.
Love this look! This clearly shows the recently clear-coated deck with white caulk grooves. The owner may have applied multiple coats, which we don’t typically recommend. From the owner: I am surprised that more people have not chosen cork as a replacement for teak. We extensively researched the alternatives to teak and concluded that cork was…