One of our customers with a Marshall Cat 18, that they've owned for over 30 years decided it was time for a refresh.
We sanded the hull and the sides of the house, filled and primed any dings or scratches, and roll and tipped several coats of Snow White Awl-Grip.The decks and the cockpit were sanded down and got several coats of Catboat Tan Awl-Grip in non-skid and smooth finishes.
The teak rub-rail was sanded down, and any missing or loose bungs were replaced.
The base of the boom crutch had done a number on the aft part of the deck behind the coaming. So before painting, the divot was fiberglassed, filled and faired. After finish paint was applied a small piece of bronze rub-rail was installed where the base of the boom crutch sits. This will prevent any further damage to the deck from the crutch wobbling around while on the mooring.
Candid shots and descriptions of projects going on around the yard.