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Old 03-01-2015, 06:52   #1
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Locating Marine Grade Plywood

We are doing work on our Tayana 37 in St. Mary's, Georgia and are in need of some marine-grade plywood. Does anyone know of a business in the area (say between Brunswick and Jacksonville) where we could get some?

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Re: Locating Marine Grade Plywood

you can get it from huckins yachts in jacksonville. they had douglas fir and okoume available in whole or half sheets several years ago.
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Re: Locating Marine Grade Plywood

I've gone through similar searches in the San Diego area and found that locating "somewhat exotic" woods can be a challenge.

Looking through the internet you might try this place. Sounds like they might have some or knowledge of where to go in the area.

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Here's another place that seems to at least service the Jacksonville area.
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