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Forward Weatherboard
East Coast C-22's

Part #: D1099
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After 66 years supplying the marine industry, Catalina’s primary teak manufacturer closed. Their equipment has been liquidated and the factory sold. We have contracted with an experienced marine millwright who is manufacturing teak parts for us using the original patterns developed for Catalina's original equipment parts. We are excited about this ability to continue to offer replacements for your aging teak.

All Catalina 22's have a weatherboard on the aft end of the companionway's sliding hatch. Boats built on the East Coast have an additional teak weatherboard on the forward end.
Apparently there isn't a good fit between the curve at the bottom of the sliding hatch and the curve of the "crown" of the deck. The result is a significant gap between the hatch and the deck. This gap leaves room for water to enter the cabin in either heavy weather or while trailering in the rain. This weatherboard fills the gap, making the boat more watertight.

Some owners report they have succeeded in making the boat even dryer by adding a "wiper" to the front of the sliding hatch. Go to your local glass shop and purchase a wide piece of the vinyl used at the bottom of a shower door. Install it between the front of the sliding hatch and your new forward weatherboard. Clamp the vinyl in place with the weatherbord so the vinyl rests gently against the deck. It may require a helper to hold everything in place as you tighten the weatherboard.

Please measure your weatherboard and verify the measurements using the photo below before ordering.
1) Since the boats and hatches were built from more than one mold, then hand finished, there is variation in size from one boat to the next. Many teak parts, this one included, were supplied to Catalina as partially finished "blanks". The final shape was determined by the craftsmen who built your boat. For example, this part is typically larger than the finished product. It will likely be necessary for you to trim the part to match your needs and cut the notches required port and starboard to accommodate the fiberglass hatch rails. Consider this part to be a starting point to be modified to fit your boat, not as the finished shape.

2) Regarding Teak Prices: Due to the volatility of the price of teak wood all teak prices are our closest estimate. If the price indicated above has increased we will contact you prior to shipping.

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