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I finally broke down this summer and addressed my split and weathered toe rails. I used 2 thick coats of Interlux Interstain to fill the cracks in the grain, the finished off with three coats of satin varnish. It is a little darker than natural teak, but it looks fine and the satin finish hides the irregularities.I'd like to pick the brains of other P39-2 owners, as I am just embarking on a refit of my all-too-original 1987 boat. It's the two-head version, Westerbeke W46 diesel. Some moisture in the decks but nothing structural, though the toe rails are pretty far gone. I am looking to modify the anchoring system to incorporate a windlass with a deck pipe through to the bow space under the anchor tray, and perhaps add an inner forestay. If anyone has done either of these things I would be happy to hear from you. Also, if anyone can tell me the length of the shifter cable, I'd be stoked. Mine broke at the binnacle end and I'd like to join the new one to it to pull it through.
Hello - I just bought a 1988 39-2 and would love to get a copy of the owners manual - please if you could share the drop box address with me - firstname.lastname@example.orgHi All,
I have the entire owners manual for a '87 39-2 (except for blueprints and oversized papers) in my drop box. I can share the link if anyone needs them.
I purchased mine last year with the same delam issues. My delam was a combination of toerail leaks and stanchion leaks. I re-bedded all the stanchions properly as a stop gap until I can remove the toe rails and cut the deck skin off to replace the core, can't wait.Hello
It appears that the moisture ingress and deck delamination along and about 6-8 inches up from the toe rail may be a result of the interface of the toe rail to the deck joint - I have been told that Pearson used plywood beneath this section of the deck. I have two questions: 1) Can anyone confirm the construction of this area of the deck, and 2) has anyone put more drain holes in the toe rail to attempt to improve the moisture draining from the deck - and if so what did you do and how did it work out?