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1968 MAKO Repairs
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 It is almost 3 times stronger than a marine plywood transom!

You must replace All the wood.

 Use Seacast™ as directed for a safe and permanent repair.                     

Seacast™ Facts

Seacast™ is almost 3 times the strength of a marine plywood transom.

Seacast™ is Green! it has 35% recycled FRP which gives it it's secret strength.

Seacast™ is .03 pounds lighter than a marine plywood transom, which will not endanger, alter or negatively impact the structural integrity of your boat.

Seacast™ does not crack, creep, rot or freeze at any temperature.

Seacast™ is unmatched in impact resistance.

Seacast™ floats and does NOT absorb water.

Seacast™ is drillable & tappable like wood after pouring or self tapping if PVA mold release is applied prior to pouring.

Aluminum Boats

For use in aluminum boats just apply our Aluminum Adhesive Bonder prior to pouring!


It doesn't matter how large ECO-WOLF, INC. grows, we understand that small businesses are the backbone of our great country. According to the US Small Business Administration, small firms comprise 99.7% of all employer firms and employ more than half of all private sector employees in the United States of America. Here at ECO-WOLF, we purchase resin, catalyst, scrap, and even our buckets ~ over 85% of what goes into a complete Seacast™ kit from local small businesses, and the remaining 15% of necessary materials and supplies from right here in the United States. We save money by not paying extra to have these materials shipped to us from distant locations.

We are proud to be an American company.

Please help us by supporting small businesses whenever and wherever possible.

Don't want to fix it yourself?

Is your life too busy, don't have the right tools, whatever your reason... Bring your boat to one of our recommended Repair Shops, including ours at ECO-WOLF, INC. in Florida.

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After the Repairs

1968 MAKO Repairs
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Repaired Transom

Stringer Skins Rebuilt

Stringers right before
Seacast™ is poured


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