Thanks all. Yes, trying to squeeze liquid caulk into the cavity next to the chainplates below the toe rail. There is a cover plate around the chain plates that I can screw off and lift
up giving me a small space to sqeeze the nose of a caulk gun in.
I recently broke of a piece of the teak
toe rail and found these large spaces around the chainplates. And I leak water
through one of them. So now I want to fill these places with something that is fairly liquid and sticks to the surrounding fiberglass
, old caulk (that I cant' get to), wood, and chainplates. That's in case water
is pressured upward or downward along the chainplates.