Presented by Tom Cunliffe, yachting journalist and 35-year boating veteran. Now you can save a sizeable chunk of your boating budget on repairs you can do yourself! Using an easy to follow approach, clear demonstrations and detailed close-up instruction, you’ll see why many boats of age suffer dreadfully at the hands of time, bad weather, general neglect and ultimately old, leaking, wooden windows. Although robustly built in their time, some of the glass will crack and the seals become rotten and useless resulting in widespread and deep seated rot. This pervasive rot will eventually find its way all through the boat and once found there’s only one solution. All the rot must be removed and the wooden superstructure rebuilt with new, modern windows installed. Step-by-step instructions take you through the following procedures: Removing Old Wooden Windows, Preparing the apertures and marking up the templates on the boat, Manufacturing new windows, Checking the Patterns on the Boat, Fitting New Windows.