So far, I have:
BoatLife Calk. 4 tubes because I didn't know how much I would actually need/use.
Sandpaper of various grit, 100, 220, 400, 600 and I ordered others just in case.
Box of 48 foam brushes.
Can of Dolfinite, white.
Two each of measuring containers and strainers.
The measuring containers, strainers and varnish was part of a varnish kit from Jamestown Distributors.
I think I have something else on its way but I might be off to a good start with this.
I might need something to strip the finish off the exterior teak while I get ready to redo it. From what I've read, it might not be a good idea to undo the deck hardware for refinishing the teak. Actually, the main thing that's mounted on teak is a big cleat at the bow, the bow pulpit on the bowsprit, and genoa track on the outer rail.
I'll see what to work with once I spend more time on Rhapsody. Right now I'm on my vacation time so when I get back to work in a few weeks, I'll probably be spending time on the weekends, so long as I am caught up on college classes and I don't end up traveling out of town.