There is little to no caulk on the inside of the teak cap rail on my 1977 Willard sailboat. I am referring to the joint where the hull laps up underneath the cap rail on the deck. Should there be caulk there? If so what type should I use to seal the joint around the perimeter of the boat?
A new sealer, not long available in Ireland is called "Tek 7" - saw a guy repair an underwater hailine GRP crack after a racingcollision - snorkel and goggles with the boat in the water! Might be worth googling . . . .
Off topic, I'm looking at maybe buying a willard 8 ton but can't find any real tecknical data on them. How long have you owend yours and how do you like it? Any thing you can tell me other then what comes up when I googled willard 8 ton would be helpfull.
Good luck with your cap rail.