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Date Posted: - Monday - 03/17/08 - 6:36pm
Author: Steve Burge
Subject: Teak vs. Mahogony
In reply to: Randall 's message, "Mahogany / Teak" on - Monday - 03/17/08 - 4:48pm

I also noticed in the "specification" document for the M31 it refers to Phillipine Mahogony in the cabin, as well as African Mahogony for the combings and other parts of the boat.

It's also interesting that (according to the specs)the Phillipine (interior) Mahogony was stained, the African Mahogony was not stained but varnished, and all of the Teak was not stained at all.

my one and a half cents worth.

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