Interesting Flexiteek assignments
A messy job at the BoatWorks, Coomera this month, with a large deck area needing its old cork decking to be removed to make way for a new Flexiteek deck. Because of the risk of damage of the deck surface, much of the cork had to be sanded down to deck level, and difficult areas were carefully chiselled up. It was a long hard job that required many man hours and ultimately a complete hose down of the entire boat to get rid of the accumulated dust that can be seen on every surface in these pics. Many hands were needed to lay the new Flexiteek deck, and thanks to meticulous templating, it was a perfect fit. Final pics of the finished product will be uploaded very soon.
View our latest video showing how very old and neglected Flexiteek can be brought back to life with a gurney and sandpaper.
Fountaine Pajot Helia 44
The Flexiteek team installed a Flexiteek scrubbed finish deck with white caulking and a straight plank with no margins. The job was finalised at Mooloolaba just prior to the boat heading to sea and Hamilton Island and in fact some of the shots were taken while at sea.