Captain Al talks about the SEACAST transom repair system
The form was built using a plywood with a smooth finish that will be waxed so the Seacast will not stick to it.
It seems like it never ends, I keep digging and digging water logged wood away. For SECAST to be successful you must remove as much as the rotten wood as possable.
All the old 2 lbs. foam needed to be removed to make way for the new 4 lbs. foam. I felt like a dentist picking, drilling and digging out in small pieces. The next step will be preparing the transom so the Seacast can be poured in.
After 2 days finally finished
Today at Babylon Boat Works We dug out as much foam as we could. Then George made a clean cut around the deck so when the new deck is glassed in there will be a clean edge to work with.
Then we prepaid the transom for Seacast the Pourable transom solution for repairing rotted out transoms. A chain saw is a good tool to use for removing the water logged wood between the exterior and interior fiberglass skins.
With the boat being 30 years old the deck needed to be replace. The last few years I was afraid I would fall through the floor.
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The first step was to remove all hardware on the center console. to prepare for the new deck and transom.