Elan Marine, a yacht producer, expressed a wish to produce a new type of teak wood deck for its Elan Impression 384 yacht. The deck was to be made using the prefabricated teak wood procedure where teak wood panels would not be screwed into the underlying base but rather glued on it by the Sikaflex adhesive. The established classic approach implied every deck panel board to be measured and fitted separately, glued on the surface and finally screwed on the deck base. Each screw was then covered by a wooden patch. Under the new system the teak wood panel boards are first measured and cut on the basis of a deck model, and then fitted on the vessel deck following a simple and quick procedure. In the future such prefabricated teak wood panels could entirely replace the established classic approach since their production is faster, of higher quality and can be done by workers of lower skill levels. The essence of the suggested new approach is the use of prefabricated wooden deck panels that are simply fitted on the vessel, thus replacing the classic approach where the wooden deck was actually made in-situ on board of each yacht.