Agree with the cautions about the teak deck
.. if its gone in one area its likely to heve spread to places not yet showing any signs...
Another thing is some folks are silly/ignorant enough to be blagged into having the teak
epoxied... big mistake, teak and epoxy
do not get on... The oil
in the teak prevents proper soaking in.. some try an acetone wash to couteract this but I've yet to see a boat where its worked.
During a winter stay in Agua Dulce I subbed for an Irish guy who pulled a job doing the deck
of an old Junggert... against my advice he went ahead.. I needed the money
so did the labour. It looked absolutely beautiful when we'd done.. toe rails as well..
I ran into the owner in Gib 7mths later.. he was not happy, the decks were going an opaque yellow and had started to bubble in a few places.
The best thing you can do for teak is hose it down well once in a while and at least once a year mop it down with teak oil