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Jim H
01-22-2004, 03:39 PM
Suppliers of Marine Grade plywood listed in WoodenBoat Magazine:
Boulter Plywood (Somerville, MA) (http://www.boulterplywood.com)
Edensaw (Port Townsend & Seattle, WA) (http://www.edensaw.com)
Flounderbay (Anacortes, WA) (http://www.flounderbay.com)
Goosebay Lumber (Chichester, NH) (http://www.goosebaylumber.com)
Homestead Hardwoods (Vickery, OH ) (http://www.homesteadhardwoods.com)
Noah’s Marine (Niagra Falls, NY &Ontario, Canada ) (http://www.noahsmarine.com/)
Yukon Lumber (Norfolk, VA) (http://www.yukonlumber.com/)

Other places to get Marine Grade Plywood

I wanted to start a thread where other forumites can list lumber yards that they know carry Marine Grade Plywood.

In Houston (SE Texas) you can get marine grade ply from Houston Hardwoods (http://www.houstonhardwoods.com/hardwood_products.php)

they carry:


We keep Okoume, Hydrotek, and Aquatek marine grade plywood in stock. Okoume is made to BS1088 standards and is available in 3mm, 4mm, 6mm, 9mm, 12mm and 18mm thicknesses. Hydrotek is also made to BS1088 standards and is available in 6mm, 9mm, 12mm, and 18mm thicknesses. Aquatek is made to BS6566 standards and is available in 6mm, 12mm and 18mm.

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Jim H
01-22-2004, 03:39 PM
Suppliers of Marine Grade plywood listed in WoodenBoat Magazine:
Boulter Plywood (Somerville, MA) (http://www.boulterplywood.com)
Edensaw (Port Townsend & Seattle, WA) (http://www.edensaw.com)
Flounderbay (Anacortes, WA) (http://www.flounderbay.com)
Goosebay Lumber (Chichester, NH) (http://www.goosebaylumber.com)
Homestead Hardwoods (Vickery, OH ) (http://www.homesteadhardwoods.com)
Noah’s Marine (Niagra Falls, NY &Ontario, Canada ) (http://www.noahsmarine.com/)
Yukon Lumber (Norfolk, VA) (http://www.yukonlumber.com/)

Other places to get Marine Grade Plywood

I wanted to start a thread where other forumites can list lumber yards that they know carry Marine Grade Plywood.

In Houston (SE Texas) you can get marine grade ply from Houston Hardwoods (http://www.houstonhardwoods.com/hardwood_products.php)

they carry:


We keep Okoume, Hydrotek, and Aquatek marine grade plywood in stock. Okoume is made to BS1088 standards and is available in 3mm, 4mm, 6mm, 9mm, 12mm and 18mm thicknesses. Hydrotek is also made to BS1088 standards and is available in 6mm, 9mm, 12mm, and 18mm thicknesses. Aquatek is made to BS6566 standards and is available in 6mm, 12mm and 18mm.

[ 01-22-2004, 04:39 PM: Message edited by: Jim Hillman ]

Jim H
01-22-2004, 03:39 PM
Suppliers of Marine Grade plywood listed in WoodenBoat Magazine:
Boulter Plywood (Somerville, MA) (http://www.boulterplywood.com)
Edensaw (Port Townsend & Seattle, WA) (http://www.edensaw.com)
Flounderbay (Anacortes, WA) (http://www.flounderbay.com)
Goosebay Lumber (Chichester, NH) (http://www.goosebaylumber.com)
Homestead Hardwoods (Vickery, OH ) (http://www.homesteadhardwoods.com)
Noah’s Marine (Niagra Falls, NY &Ontario, Canada ) (http://www.noahsmarine.com/)
Yukon Lumber (Norfolk, VA) (http://www.yukonlumber.com/)

Other places to get Marine Grade Plywood

I wanted to start a thread where other forumites can list lumber yards that they know carry Marine Grade Plywood.

In Houston (SE Texas) you can get marine grade ply from Houston Hardwoods (http://www.houstonhardwoods.com/hardwood_products.php)

they carry:


We keep Okoume, Hydrotek, and Aquatek marine grade plywood in stock. Okoume is made to BS1088 standards and is available in 3mm, 4mm, 6mm, 9mm, 12mm and 18mm thicknesses. Hydrotek is also made to BS1088 standards and is available in 6mm, 9mm, 12mm, and 18mm thicknesses. Aquatek is made to BS6566 standards and is available in 6mm, 12mm and 18mm.

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Alan D. Hyde
01-22-2004, 03:56 PM
M.L. Condon & Sons, either White Plains or Mamoroneck, N.Y.

I was there in 1965 or '66.

It was impressive then. Lots of Bruynzeel mahogany marine plywood, along with many other fine boatbuilding woods. Bruynzeel has its own website at:

http://www.bruynzeelkeukens.nl/

Alan

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Alan D. Hyde
01-22-2004, 03:56 PM
M.L. Condon & Sons, either White Plains or Mamoroneck, N.Y.

I was there in 1965 or '66.

It was impressive then. Lots of Bruynzeel mahogany marine plywood, along with many other fine boatbuilding woods. Bruynzeel has its own website at:

http://www.bruynzeelkeukens.nl/

Alan

[ 01-22-2004, 05:05 PM: Message edited by: Alan D. Hyde ]

Alan D. Hyde
01-22-2004, 03:56 PM
M.L. Condon & Sons, either White Plains or Mamoroneck, N.Y.

I was there in 1965 or '66.

It was impressive then. Lots of Bruynzeel mahogany marine plywood, along with many other fine boatbuilding woods. Bruynzeel has its own website at:

http://www.bruynzeelkeukens.nl/

Alan

[ 01-22-2004, 05:05 PM: Message edited by: Alan D. Hyde ]

abe
01-22-2004, 05:16 PM
Many thanks for posting the indexes Jim.


I wanted to start a thread where other forumites can list lumber yards that they know carry Marine Grade Plywood.
Another New England supplier of plywood:

http://www.mainecoastlumber.com/

abe
01-22-2004, 05:16 PM
Many thanks for posting the indexes Jim.


I wanted to start a thread where other forumites can list lumber yards that they know carry Marine Grade Plywood.
Another New England supplier of plywood:

http://www.mainecoastlumber.com/

abe
01-22-2004, 05:16 PM
Many thanks for posting the indexes Jim.


I wanted to start a thread where other forumites can list lumber yards that they know carry Marine Grade Plywood.
Another New England supplier of plywood:

http://www.mainecoastlumber.com/

Jim H
01-22-2004, 06:30 PM
Alan & Abe, thanks,

Jim

Jim H
01-22-2004, 06:30 PM
Alan & Abe, thanks,

Jim

Jim H
01-22-2004, 06:30 PM
Alan & Abe, thanks,

Jim

Jim H
01-23-2004, 11:39 AM
Come on people! It only takes a minute to list your supplier and you may be helping someone else out.

Jim H
01-23-2004, 11:39 AM
Come on people! It only takes a minute to list your supplier and you may be helping someone else out.

Jim H
01-23-2004, 11:39 AM
Come on people! It only takes a minute to list your supplier and you may be helping someone else out.

Brian Agricola MD,VA,TN
01-23-2004, 12:10 PM
http://www.harborsales.net/

Brian Agricola MD,VA,TN
01-23-2004, 12:10 PM
http://www.harborsales.net/

Brian Agricola MD,VA,TN
01-23-2004, 12:10 PM
http://www.harborsales.net/

Jim H
01-23-2004, 01:12 PM
Thanks Brian. Harbor Sales is located in Maryland.

Jim H
01-23-2004, 01:12 PM
Thanks Brian. Harbor Sales is located in Maryland.

Jim H
01-23-2004, 01:12 PM
Thanks Brian. Harbor Sales is located in Maryland.

Jim H
01-23-2004, 07:16 PM
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01-23-2004, 07:16 PM
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01-23-2004, 07:16 PM
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Jim H
01-26-2004, 10:27 AM
Come on guys, still need sources for plywood in other states.

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Jim H
01-26-2004, 10:27 AM
Come on guys, still need sources for plywood in other states.

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Jim H
01-26-2004, 10:27 AM
Come on guys, still need sources for plywood in other states.

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Venchka
01-26-2004, 11:13 AM
M.L. Condon (Bruynzeel) and Harbor Sales (Shelmarine) or one of Harbor Sales' affiliates (Maine Coast Lumber & Flounder Bay Lumber) just about covers the really good stuff. In my biased opinion.

As for Bruynzeel, according to the company, they don't ship their best grade of plywood, Bruynzeel Suprahecht, to North America.

Boulter, Edensaw & Noah's cover the rest.

I do see an add for a place in Dallas advertizing BS 1088 marine plywood. Has anyone dealt with these folks?

Houston Hardwoods didn't return my calls when I inquired about sapele marine plywood.

In South Louisiana Riverside Lumber in New Orleans and Robichaux in Raceland stock Douglas-fir marine plywood. Riverside Lumber told me if I wanted the good stuff (Shelmarine sapele) that I should deal with Harbor Sales directly.

I spent a long time searching for marine plywood. Harbor Sales has the best selection and best quality readily available in North America. Again, in my very biased opinion.

Venchka
01-26-2004, 11:13 AM
M.L. Condon (Bruynzeel) and Harbor Sales (Shelmarine) or one of Harbor Sales' affiliates (Maine Coast Lumber & Flounder Bay Lumber) just about covers the really good stuff. In my biased opinion.

As for Bruynzeel, according to the company, they don't ship their best grade of plywood, Bruynzeel Suprahecht, to North America.

Boulter, Edensaw & Noah's cover the rest.

I do see an add for a place in Dallas advertizing BS 1088 marine plywood. Has anyone dealt with these folks?

Houston Hardwoods didn't return my calls when I inquired about sapele marine plywood.

In South Louisiana Riverside Lumber in New Orleans and Robichaux in Raceland stock Douglas-fir marine plywood. Riverside Lumber told me if I wanted the good stuff (Shelmarine sapele) that I should deal with Harbor Sales directly.

I spent a long time searching for marine plywood. Harbor Sales has the best selection and best quality readily available in North America. Again, in my very biased opinion.

Venchka
01-26-2004, 11:13 AM
M.L. Condon (Bruynzeel) and Harbor Sales (Shelmarine) or one of Harbor Sales' affiliates (Maine Coast Lumber & Flounder Bay Lumber) just about covers the really good stuff. In my biased opinion.

As for Bruynzeel, according to the company, they don't ship their best grade of plywood, Bruynzeel Suprahecht, to North America.

Boulter, Edensaw & Noah's cover the rest.

I do see an add for a place in Dallas advertizing BS 1088 marine plywood. Has anyone dealt with these folks?

Houston Hardwoods didn't return my calls when I inquired about sapele marine plywood.

In South Louisiana Riverside Lumber in New Orleans and Robichaux in Raceland stock Douglas-fir marine plywood. Riverside Lumber told me if I wanted the good stuff (Shelmarine sapele) that I should deal with Harbor Sales directly.

I spent a long time searching for marine plywood. Harbor Sales has the best selection and best quality readily available in North America. Again, in my very biased opinion.

Steve Miller
01-26-2004, 09:37 PM
Crosscut Hardwood in Portland, Oregon has more in the stores than they list on the website. Stores in Seattle and Eugene too.

Crosscut Hardwood (http://www.emersonhardwood.com/cchw/product.asp?cID=805465456014)

Steve Miller
01-26-2004, 09:37 PM
Crosscut Hardwood in Portland, Oregon has more in the stores than they list on the website. Stores in Seattle and Eugene too.

Crosscut Hardwood (http://www.emersonhardwood.com/cchw/product.asp?cID=805465456014)

Steve Miller
01-26-2004, 09:37 PM
Crosscut Hardwood in Portland, Oregon has more in the stores than they list on the website. Stores in Seattle and Eugene too.

Crosscut Hardwood (http://www.emersonhardwood.com/cchw/product.asp?cID=805465456014)

Domesticated_Mr. Know It All
01-26-2004, 09:47 PM
Homestead Hardwoods in Vickery,Ohio is in my back yard(very short drive). Everyone I know deals with them and I can't find anyone to say anything bad about them. They have a full service shop too. A wonderful place for a wood freak like me. :cool:

They post prices on their website unlike most other sites I've seen and even answer e-mailed questions.

I'm sure there are places in Cleveland,Ohio that carry marine grade too. I'll see what I can find. This thread is a great idea Jim. ;)

[ 01-26-2004, 10:54 PM: Message edited by: Mr. Know It All ]

Domesticated_Mr. Know It All
01-26-2004, 09:47 PM
Homestead Hardwoods in Vickery,Ohio is in my back yard(very short drive). Everyone I know deals with them and I can't find anyone to say anything bad about them. They have a full service shop too. A wonderful place for a wood freak like me. :cool:

They post prices on their website unlike most other sites I've seen and even answer e-mailed questions.

I'm sure there are places in Cleveland,Ohio that carry marine grade too. I'll see what I can find. This thread is a great idea Jim. ;)

[ 01-26-2004, 10:54 PM: Message edited by: Mr. Know It All ]

Domesticated_Mr. Know It All
01-26-2004, 09:47 PM
Homestead Hardwoods in Vickery,Ohio is in my back yard(very short drive). Everyone I know deals with them and I can't find anyone to say anything bad about them. They have a full service shop too. A wonderful place for a wood freak like me. :cool:

They post prices on their website unlike most other sites I've seen and even answer e-mailed questions.

I'm sure there are places in Cleveland,Ohio that carry marine grade too. I'll see what I can find. This thread is a great idea Jim. ;)

[ 01-26-2004, 10:54 PM: Message edited by: Mr. Know It All ]

carlg
01-27-2004, 09:38 AM
L.L. Johnson Lumber in Charlotte, Michigan, supplies good Okuome ply.

carlg
01-27-2004, 09:38 AM
L.L. Johnson Lumber in Charlotte, Michigan, supplies good Okuome ply.

carlg
01-27-2004, 09:38 AM
L.L. Johnson Lumber in Charlotte, Michigan, supplies good Okuome ply.

Cuyahoga Chuck
01-27-2004, 10:44 PM
For those of you who are hell and gone from everywhere try;
Wood-Boatbuilder Central
http://plywood.e-boat.net/index.php
They are located in Vero Beach FL and specialize in selling on-line.
Cuyahoga Chuck

Cuyahoga Chuck
01-27-2004, 10:44 PM
For those of you who are hell and gone from everywhere try;
Wood-Boatbuilder Central
http://plywood.e-boat.net/index.php
They are located in Vero Beach FL and specialize in selling on-line.
Cuyahoga Chuck

Cuyahoga Chuck
01-27-2004, 10:44 PM
For those of you who are hell and gone from everywhere try;
Wood-Boatbuilder Central
http://plywood.e-boat.net/index.php
They are located in Vero Beach FL and specialize in selling on-line.
Cuyahoga Chuck

Venchka
01-28-2004, 09:43 AM
I finally found the Plywood & Door folks on the internet. They advertize an okoume BS 1008 plywood made in France. Offices around the country - NY/NJ, Dallas, Chicago, LA.

Okoume BS 1088 (http://www.pdusa.com/products/wisaply.htm)

Venchka
01-28-2004, 09:43 AM
I finally found the Plywood & Door folks on the internet. They advertize an okoume BS 1008 plywood made in France. Offices around the country - NY/NJ, Dallas, Chicago, LA.

Okoume BS 1088 (http://www.pdusa.com/products/wisaply.htm)

Venchka
01-28-2004, 09:43 AM
I finally found the Plywood & Door folks on the internet. They advertize an okoume BS 1008 plywood made in France. Offices around the country - NY/NJ, Dallas, Chicago, LA.

Okoume BS 1088 (http://www.pdusa.com/products/wisaply.htm)

Klow
01-28-2004, 10:43 AM
In central Connecticut:
Harris enterprises (http://www.harrisent.com)

Klow
01-28-2004, 10:43 AM
In central Connecticut:
Harris enterprises (http://www.harrisent.com)

Klow
01-28-2004, 10:43 AM
In central Connecticut:
Harris enterprises (http://www.harrisent.com)

imported_Steven Bauer
01-28-2004, 12:06 PM
I had an unpleasant experience at Maine Coast Lumber in Portland so I go to Atlantic Hardwoods on Congress Street 207-773-wood(9663). He stocks some marine ply and can get lots of other stuff in a day or two. I saw some of that French stuff, Joubert, maybe?, yesterday. Very nice.

Steven

imported_Steven Bauer
01-28-2004, 12:06 PM
I had an unpleasant experience at Maine Coast Lumber in Portland so I go to Atlantic Hardwoods on Congress Street 207-773-wood(9663). He stocks some marine ply and can get lots of other stuff in a day or two. I saw some of that French stuff, Joubert, maybe?, yesterday. Very nice.

Steven

imported_Steven Bauer
01-28-2004, 12:06 PM
I had an unpleasant experience at Maine Coast Lumber in Portland so I go to Atlantic Hardwoods on Congress Street 207-773-wood(9663). He stocks some marine ply and can get lots of other stuff in a day or two. I saw some of that French stuff, Joubert, maybe?, yesterday. Very nice.

Steven

Jim H
01-28-2004, 12:37 PM
Originally posted by Venchka:
Houston Hardwoods didn't return my calls when I inquired about sapele marine plywood.They run hot & cold on customer service but since they are a couple of blocks from one of my clients, it's convenient. An old ('98) pricing sheet doesn't show sapele ply. If you need some info from them, drop me an e-mail and I'll call them direct.

Jim H
01-28-2004, 12:37 PM
Originally posted by Venchka:
Houston Hardwoods didn't return my calls when I inquired about sapele marine plywood.They run hot & cold on customer service but since they are a couple of blocks from one of my clients, it's convenient. An old ('98) pricing sheet doesn't show sapele ply. If you need some info from them, drop me an e-mail and I'll call them direct.

Jim H
01-28-2004, 12:37 PM
Originally posted by Venchka:
Houston Hardwoods didn't return my calls when I inquired about sapele marine plywood.They run hot & cold on customer service but since they are a couple of blocks from one of my clients, it's convenient. An old ('98) pricing sheet doesn't show sapele ply. If you need some info from them, drop me an e-mail and I'll call them direct.

Venchka
01-28-2004, 01:03 PM
Originally posted by Steven Bauer:
I had an unpleasant experience at Maine Coast Lumber in Portland so I go to Atlantic Hardwoods on Congress Street 207-773-wood(9663). He stocks some marine ply and can get lots of other stuff in a day or two. I saw some of that French stuff, Joubert, maybe?, yesterday. Very nice.

StevenI am sorry to hear that about Maine Coast Lumber because Steve Flynn at the York store went out of his way to get some "unobtainable" plywood for me and then hauled it all the way to Machias.

All reports say that the Joubert is good plywood, Lloyd's Approved if I recall. Plywood & Door uses a different French plant. The name didn't ring a bell-part of a big Finnish company.

Venchka
01-28-2004, 01:03 PM
Originally posted by Steven Bauer:
I had an unpleasant experience at Maine Coast Lumber in Portland so I go to Atlantic Hardwoods on Congress Street 207-773-wood(9663). He stocks some marine ply and can get lots of other stuff in a day or two. I saw some of that French stuff, Joubert, maybe?, yesterday. Very nice.

StevenI am sorry to hear that about Maine Coast Lumber because Steve Flynn at the York store went out of his way to get some "unobtainable" plywood for me and then hauled it all the way to Machias.

All reports say that the Joubert is good plywood, Lloyd's Approved if I recall. Plywood & Door uses a different French plant. The name didn't ring a bell-part of a big Finnish company.

Venchka
01-28-2004, 01:03 PM
Originally posted by Steven Bauer:
I had an unpleasant experience at Maine Coast Lumber in Portland so I go to Atlantic Hardwoods on Congress Street 207-773-wood(9663). He stocks some marine ply and can get lots of other stuff in a day or two. I saw some of that French stuff, Joubert, maybe?, yesterday. Very nice.

StevenI am sorry to hear that about Maine Coast Lumber because Steve Flynn at the York store went out of his way to get some "unobtainable" plywood for me and then hauled it all the way to Machias.

All reports say that the Joubert is good plywood, Lloyd's Approved if I recall. Plywood & Door uses a different French plant. The name didn't ring a bell-part of a big Finnish company.

rregge
01-28-2004, 07:28 PM
Try this link for bruynzeel plywood.

http://www.bruynzeelmultipanel.com/en/

Russell

rregge
01-28-2004, 07:28 PM
Try this link for bruynzeel plywood.

http://www.bruynzeelmultipanel.com/en/

Russell

rregge
01-28-2004, 07:28 PM
Try this link for bruynzeel plywood.

http://www.bruynzeelmultipanel.com/en/

Russell

warthog5
01-30-2004, 05:47 PM
Pensacola, Fl. Meredith & Son's Lumber [850] 476-3626
3/8-1/2 & 3/4 AB Fir Marine.

warthog5
01-30-2004, 05:47 PM
Pensacola, Fl. Meredith & Son's Lumber [850] 476-3626
3/8-1/2 & 3/4 AB Fir Marine.

warthog5
01-30-2004, 05:47 PM
Pensacola, Fl. Meredith & Son's Lumber [850] 476-3626
3/8-1/2 & 3/4 AB Fir Marine.

leftish
11-09-2004, 03:50 PM
steve, just saw this post. I was going to go over to Maine Coast in Westbrook this weekend to pick up a couple of sheets of Shelman occoume (without the antifungal treatment). Should I be concerned about quality? I'm in Yarmouth.

leftish
11-09-2004, 03:50 PM
steve, just saw this post. I was going to go over to Maine Coast in Westbrook this weekend to pick up a couple of sheets of Shelman occoume (without the antifungal treatment). Should I be concerned about quality? I'm in Yarmouth.

leftish
11-09-2004, 03:50 PM
steve, just saw this post. I was going to go over to Maine Coast in Westbrook this weekend to pick up a couple of sheets of Shelman occoume (without the antifungal treatment). Should I be concerned about quality? I'm in Yarmouth.

imported_Steven Bauer
11-09-2004, 04:16 PM
No worries about quality, leftish. Just salespeople who are in the wrong job, i.e. people who shouldn't be salespeople.

I got an incredible bargain on 15 sheets of 3/8" sapele at Atlantic Hardwood in Portland. Just a one time only sort of thing though. Whatcha building?

Steven

[ 11-09-2004, 05:16 PM: Message edited by: Steven Bauer ]

imported_Steven Bauer
11-09-2004, 04:16 PM
No worries about quality, leftish. Just salespeople who are in the wrong job, i.e. people who shouldn't be salespeople.

I got an incredible bargain on 15 sheets of 3/8" sapele at Atlantic Hardwood in Portland. Just a one time only sort of thing though. Whatcha building?

Steven

[ 11-09-2004, 05:16 PM: Message edited by: Steven Bauer ]

imported_Steven Bauer
11-09-2004, 04:16 PM
No worries about quality, leftish. Just salespeople who are in the wrong job, i.e. people who shouldn't be salespeople.

I got an incredible bargain on 15 sheets of 3/8" sapele at Atlantic Hardwood in Portland. Just a one time only sort of thing though. Whatcha building?

Steven

[ 11-09-2004, 05:16 PM: Message edited by: Steven Bauer ]

leftish
11-12-2004, 03:47 PM
Steve, just got some nice white oak from Atlantic. They were great to deal with. I like going through their scrap pile and getting nice chunks of white oak, ash and teak for various projects. Seems like no matter how much I get they charge me a "couplabucks". I'm a novice so I'm starting by building Sand Dollar (Arch Davis)and restoring a lapstrake pram. I also have an old (1930's) 17' gaff rigged sloop (cedar over oak frames)from up Deer Isle way that is due for a major overhaul. I'm trying to learn more about this boat. It is very similar to an Alden O Boat but appears to be beamier. I'd like to send a picture of this boat out but I don't have a digital camera. I'd appreciate any thoughts you might have might have.

leftish
11-12-2004, 03:47 PM
Steve, just got some nice white oak from Atlantic. They were great to deal with. I like going through their scrap pile and getting nice chunks of white oak, ash and teak for various projects. Seems like no matter how much I get they charge me a "couplabucks". I'm a novice so I'm starting by building Sand Dollar (Arch Davis)and restoring a lapstrake pram. I also have an old (1930's) 17' gaff rigged sloop (cedar over oak frames)from up Deer Isle way that is due for a major overhaul. I'm trying to learn more about this boat. It is very similar to an Alden O Boat but appears to be beamier. I'd like to send a picture of this boat out but I don't have a digital camera. I'd appreciate any thoughts you might have might have.

leftish
11-12-2004, 03:47 PM
Steve, just got some nice white oak from Atlantic. They were great to deal with. I like going through their scrap pile and getting nice chunks of white oak, ash and teak for various projects. Seems like no matter how much I get they charge me a "couplabucks". I'm a novice so I'm starting by building Sand Dollar (Arch Davis)and restoring a lapstrake pram. I also have an old (1930's) 17' gaff rigged sloop (cedar over oak frames)from up Deer Isle way that is due for a major overhaul. I'm trying to learn more about this boat. It is very similar to an Alden O Boat but appears to be beamier. I'd like to send a picture of this boat out but I don't have a digital camera. I'd appreciate any thoughts you might have might have.

imported_Steven Bauer
11-12-2004, 04:33 PM
I could come take a couple of digital pics and post them here. Maybe later in the weekend.

Steven

imported_Steven Bauer
11-12-2004, 04:33 PM
I could come take a couple of digital pics and post them here. Maybe later in the weekend.

Steven

imported_Steven Bauer
11-12-2004, 04:33 PM
I could come take a couple of digital pics and post them here. Maybe later in the weekend.

Steven

Paul H
11-12-2004, 07:33 PM
In Anchorage, Spenard Builders Supply carries Marine Fir ply. I ordered my Meranti from Edensaw. Hardwood Specialties (another local suplier) get's regular shipments from Edensaw, and might start carrying marine ply in the future. I had Eden ship my order up as a pallet, shipping for 20 sheets of ply, 780# was $180, probably a bit more now with increased fuel costs.

Paul H
11-12-2004, 07:33 PM
In Anchorage, Spenard Builders Supply carries Marine Fir ply. I ordered my Meranti from Edensaw. Hardwood Specialties (another local suplier) get's regular shipments from Edensaw, and might start carrying marine ply in the future. I had Eden ship my order up as a pallet, shipping for 20 sheets of ply, 780# was $180, probably a bit more now with increased fuel costs.

Paul H
11-12-2004, 07:33 PM
In Anchorage, Spenard Builders Supply carries Marine Fir ply. I ordered my Meranti from Edensaw. Hardwood Specialties (another local suplier) get's regular shipments from Edensaw, and might start carrying marine ply in the future. I had Eden ship my order up as a pallet, shipping for 20 sheets of ply, 780# was $180, probably a bit more now with increased fuel costs.

maa. melee
11-12-2004, 07:38 PM
I laughed good and hard a few years back when I found out there was some random plywood factory in my city (Somerville, MA). How cool :cool:

maa. melee
11-12-2004, 07:38 PM
I laughed good and hard a few years back when I found out there was some random plywood factory in my city (Somerville, MA). How cool :cool:

maa. melee
11-12-2004, 07:38 PM
I laughed good and hard a few years back when I found out there was some random plywood factory in my city (Somerville, MA). How cool :cool:

Hal Forsen
11-21-2004, 12:03 PM
Here in SoCal we have http://alliedveneer.com/index.html
and http://www.macbeath.com/index.html

HF

Hal Forsen
11-21-2004, 12:03 PM
Here in SoCal we have http://alliedveneer.com/index.html
and http://www.macbeath.com/index.html

HF

Hal Forsen
11-21-2004, 12:03 PM
Here in SoCal we have http://alliedveneer.com/index.html
and http://www.macbeath.com/index.html

HF

Paul Morris
11-22-2004, 05:12 PM
Hi Guys: I operate Cedar Tree Boat Shop in Des Moines, IA. Not only do I restore Classic wood speed boats but also retail many of the products for others to do their own.
I stock Okoume BS 1088 and 6566 in 3mm (1/8")thru 18mm (3/4"). Also Meranti BS1088 and some 6566 in most common thicknesses.
All is stamped with Lloyds seal. We keep enough on hand to handle small boat building and repair and restoration needs.
Check out our web site web page (http://www.cedartreeinc.com) .

Paul Morris
11-22-2004, 05:12 PM
Hi Guys: I operate Cedar Tree Boat Shop in Des Moines, IA. Not only do I restore Classic wood speed boats but also retail many of the products for others to do their own.
I stock Okoume BS 1088 and 6566 in 3mm (1/8")thru 18mm (3/4"). Also Meranti BS1088 and some 6566 in most common thicknesses.
All is stamped with Lloyds seal. We keep enough on hand to handle small boat building and repair and restoration needs.
Check out our web site web page (http://www.cedartreeinc.com) .

Paul Morris
11-22-2004, 05:12 PM
Hi Guys: I operate Cedar Tree Boat Shop in Des Moines, IA. Not only do I restore Classic wood speed boats but also retail many of the products for others to do their own.
I stock Okoume BS 1088 and 6566 in 3mm (1/8")thru 18mm (3/4"). Also Meranti BS1088 and some 6566 in most common thicknesses.
All is stamped with Lloyds seal. We keep enough on hand to handle small boat building and repair and restoration needs.
Check out our web site web page (http://www.cedartreeinc.com) .

gary porter
11-22-2004, 06:25 PM
Ok, not that it will do many of you any good but if your ever in Fairbanks, Alaska and need some marine ply you can get it at Superior Hardwoods here in Fairbanks, both Okoume 1088 and standard marine fir.
Spenard Builder Supply here also carries marine fir.
Superior Hardwoods carries a good supply of all sizes.,
There you have it.
Gary

gary porter
11-22-2004, 06:25 PM
Ok, not that it will do many of you any good but if your ever in Fairbanks, Alaska and need some marine ply you can get it at Superior Hardwoods here in Fairbanks, both Okoume 1088 and standard marine fir.
Spenard Builder Supply here also carries marine fir.
Superior Hardwoods carries a good supply of all sizes.,
There you have it.
Gary

gary porter
11-22-2004, 06:25 PM
Ok, not that it will do many of you any good but if your ever in Fairbanks, Alaska and need some marine ply you can get it at Superior Hardwoods here in Fairbanks, both Okoume 1088 and standard marine fir.
Spenard Builder Supply here also carries marine fir.
Superior Hardwoods carries a good supply of all sizes.,
There you have it.
Gary

Paul Morris
11-24-2004, 08:03 AM
Hi again folks:
Another teriffic source of all needed boatbuilding lumber and plywoods in the upper midwest is L. L. Johnson co. in Charlott Mich. They are in south central Mich. They have a great website and is our favorite souce of REALLY good mahogany plank stock. [URL=http://www.theworkbench.com]
~ Paul ~

Paul Morris
11-24-2004, 08:03 AM
Hi again folks:
Another teriffic source of all needed boatbuilding lumber and plywoods in the upper midwest is L. L. Johnson co. in Charlott Mich. They are in south central Mich. They have a great website and is our favorite souce of REALLY good mahogany plank stock. [URL=http://www.theworkbench.com]
~ Paul ~

Paul Morris
11-24-2004, 08:03 AM
Hi again folks:
Another teriffic source of all needed boatbuilding lumber and plywoods in the upper midwest is L. L. Johnson co. in Charlott Mich. They are in south central Mich. They have a great website and is our favorite souce of REALLY good mahogany plank stock. [URL=http://www.theworkbench.com]
~ Paul ~

Thad Van Gilder
11-24-2004, 10:58 AM
I get my mahoghany and marine ply from these guys. They are 15 minutes west of Atlantic City.

http://sjlumbermans.com

They are relatively cheap,too

-Thad

Thad Van Gilder
11-24-2004, 10:58 AM
I get my mahoghany and marine ply from these guys. They are 15 minutes west of Atlantic City.

http://sjlumbermans.com

They are relatively cheap,too

-Thad

Thad Van Gilder
11-24-2004, 10:58 AM
I get my mahoghany and marine ply from these guys. They are 15 minutes west of Atlantic City.

http://sjlumbermans.com

They are relatively cheap,too

-Thad

cavalier
12-08-2004, 11:12 AM
I also used http MacBeath in Cal. Larry at the Perris, CA store went above and beyond for me. Phone # is 1-800-325-2170.

cavalier
12-08-2004, 11:12 AM
I also used http MacBeath in Cal. Larry at the Perris, CA store went above and beyond for me. Phone # is 1-800-325-2170.

cavalier
12-08-2004, 11:12 AM
I also used http MacBeath in Cal. Larry at the Perris, CA store went above and beyond for me. Phone # is 1-800-325-2170.

J.S.B.
12-10-2004, 08:02 AM
Montreal - Quebec - Canada

Langevin Forest
http://www.langevinforest.com/
9995 Pie IX Blvd.
Montréal, (Québec)
H1Z 3X1
(514) 322-9330 or 1 800 889-2060 (toll free)

Robert Bury
BC Fir MDO
3500 Pitfield
Ville St-Laurent, (Québec)
(514) 745-0260

Jean-S
http://www.geocities.com/wildcat_sport/
jasipati

[ 12-10-2004, 09:12 AM: Message edited by: J.S.B. ]

J.S.B.
12-10-2004, 08:02 AM
Montreal - Quebec - Canada

Langevin Forest
http://www.langevinforest.com/
9995 Pie IX Blvd.
Montréal, (Québec)
H1Z 3X1
(514) 322-9330 or 1 800 889-2060 (toll free)

Robert Bury
BC Fir MDO
3500 Pitfield
Ville St-Laurent, (Québec)
(514) 745-0260

Jean-S
http://www.geocities.com/wildcat_sport/
jasipati

[ 12-10-2004, 09:12 AM: Message edited by: J.S.B. ]

J.S.B.
12-10-2004, 08:02 AM
Montreal - Quebec - Canada

Langevin Forest
http://www.langevinforest.com/
9995 Pie IX Blvd.
Montréal, (Québec)
H1Z 3X1
(514) 322-9330 or 1 800 889-2060 (toll free)

Robert Bury
BC Fir MDO
3500 Pitfield
Ville St-Laurent, (Québec)
(514) 745-0260

Jean-S
http://www.geocities.com/wildcat_sport/
jasipati

[ 12-10-2004, 09:12 AM: Message edited by: J.S.B. ]

Keith Wilson
12-10-2004, 11:14 AM
In the Minneapolis-St. Paul area go to:

Elmo's Lumber and Plywood (http://www.acbs-bslol.com/Vendor/Adspotelmo.htm)
3481 Laverne Ave. N
Lake Elmo, MN
651-777-1431

Youngblood's has marine Douglas Fir and sometimes marine hardwood ply.

Youngblood Lumber Company (http://www.youngbloodlumber.com/page2.html)
1335 Central Ave NE
Minneapolis MN 55413
612-789-3521
800-933-1335

Keith Wilson
12-10-2004, 11:14 AM
In the Minneapolis-St. Paul area go to:

Elmo's Lumber and Plywood (http://www.acbs-bslol.com/Vendor/Adspotelmo.htm)
3481 Laverne Ave. N
Lake Elmo, MN
651-777-1431

Youngblood's has marine Douglas Fir and sometimes marine hardwood ply.

Youngblood Lumber Company (http://www.youngbloodlumber.com/page2.html)
1335 Central Ave NE
Minneapolis MN 55413
612-789-3521
800-933-1335

Keith Wilson
12-10-2004, 11:14 AM
In the Minneapolis-St. Paul area go to:

Elmo's Lumber and Plywood (http://www.acbs-bslol.com/Vendor/Adspotelmo.htm)
3481 Laverne Ave. N
Lake Elmo, MN
651-777-1431

Youngblood's has marine Douglas Fir and sometimes marine hardwood ply.

Youngblood Lumber Company (http://www.youngbloodlumber.com/page2.html)
1335 Central Ave NE
Minneapolis MN 55413
612-789-3521
800-933-1335

Domesticated_Mr. Know It All
12-12-2004, 01:37 PM
http://www.homesteadhardwoods.com/

Domesticated_Mr. Know It All
12-12-2004, 01:37 PM
http://www.homesteadhardwoods.com/

Domesticated_Mr. Know It All
12-12-2004, 01:37 PM
http://www.homesteadhardwoods.com/

lwolstenholme
12-14-2004, 02:16 PM
JOUBERT OKOUME MARINE BS1088-LOYDS CERT.
HYDROTEK MARINE MERANTI PLYWOOD BS1088
AQUATEK MARINE MERANTI PLYWOOD BS6566
AVAILABLE FROM THESE DISTIRBUTORS:
ATLANTIC PLYWOOD, MA, ME 800-360-3923
CONNECTICUT PLYWOOD, CT 860-953-0060
ROBERTS PLYWOOD, NY 631-586-7700
CHESAPEAKE PLYWOOD, MD 410-244-0055
WOODFORD PLYWOOD, GA 229-883-4900
McEWEN LUMBER, NC 919-772-7550
SEAFARER MARINE, FL 954-763-4263
RIVERSIDE LUMBER, LA 504-242-6626
RARE EARTH HARDWOODS, MI 800-968-0074
HOUSTON HARDWOODS, TX 713-686-6176
ALLIED VENEER, CA 800-540-7040
McBEATH HARDWOOD, CA 510-843-4390
ALMAQUIST LUMBER, CA 707-668-5652
McBEATH HARDWOOD, UT 801-484-7616
CROSSCUT HARDWOOD, OR 503-224-9663
PLYWOOD TACOMA, WA 253-383-5571
WEST WIND HARDWOOD, BC 800-667-2275

lwolstenholme
12-14-2004, 02:16 PM
JOUBERT OKOUME MARINE BS1088-LOYDS CERT.
HYDROTEK MARINE MERANTI PLYWOOD BS1088
AQUATEK MARINE MERANTI PLYWOOD BS6566
AVAILABLE FROM THESE DISTIRBUTORS:
ATLANTIC PLYWOOD, MA, ME 800-360-3923
CONNECTICUT PLYWOOD, CT 860-953-0060
ROBERTS PLYWOOD, NY 631-586-7700
CHESAPEAKE PLYWOOD, MD 410-244-0055
WOODFORD PLYWOOD, GA 229-883-4900
McEWEN LUMBER, NC 919-772-7550
SEAFARER MARINE, FL 954-763-4263
RIVERSIDE LUMBER, LA 504-242-6626
RARE EARTH HARDWOODS, MI 800-968-0074
HOUSTON HARDWOODS, TX 713-686-6176
ALLIED VENEER, CA 800-540-7040
McBEATH HARDWOOD, CA 510-843-4390
ALMAQUIST LUMBER, CA 707-668-5652
McBEATH HARDWOOD, UT 801-484-7616
CROSSCUT HARDWOOD, OR 503-224-9663
PLYWOOD TACOMA, WA 253-383-5571
WEST WIND HARDWOOD, BC 800-667-2275

lwolstenholme
12-14-2004, 02:16 PM
JOUBERT OKOUME MARINE BS1088-LOYDS CERT.
HYDROTEK MARINE MERANTI PLYWOOD BS1088
AQUATEK MARINE MERANTI PLYWOOD BS6566
AVAILABLE FROM THESE DISTIRBUTORS:
ATLANTIC PLYWOOD, MA, ME 800-360-3923
CONNECTICUT PLYWOOD, CT 860-953-0060
ROBERTS PLYWOOD, NY 631-586-7700
CHESAPEAKE PLYWOOD, MD 410-244-0055
WOODFORD PLYWOOD, GA 229-883-4900
McEWEN LUMBER, NC 919-772-7550
SEAFARER MARINE, FL 954-763-4263
RIVERSIDE LUMBER, LA 504-242-6626
RARE EARTH HARDWOODS, MI 800-968-0074
HOUSTON HARDWOODS, TX 713-686-6176
ALLIED VENEER, CA 800-540-7040
McBEATH HARDWOOD, CA 510-843-4390
ALMAQUIST LUMBER, CA 707-668-5652
McBEATH HARDWOOD, UT 801-484-7616
CROSSCUT HARDWOOD, OR 503-224-9663
PLYWOOD TACOMA, WA 253-383-5571
WEST WIND HARDWOOD, BC 800-667-2275

capt jake
12-14-2004, 04:23 PM
lwolstenholme, this was a very nice post and gesture on your part, but I don't see your number included in the list.

Folks, check out lwolstenholme's profile for a supplier in Colorado. smile.gif Looks to me like he should be added to the list of suppliers. smile.gif smile.gif

capt jake
12-14-2004, 04:23 PM
lwolstenholme, this was a very nice post and gesture on your part, but I don't see your number included in the list.

Folks, check out lwolstenholme's profile for a supplier in Colorado. smile.gif Looks to me like he should be added to the list of suppliers. smile.gif smile.gif

capt jake
12-14-2004, 04:23 PM
lwolstenholme, this was a very nice post and gesture on your part, but I don't see your number included in the list.

Folks, check out lwolstenholme's profile for a supplier in Colorado. smile.gif Looks to me like he should be added to the list of suppliers. smile.gif smile.gif

Fsatjeff
12-20-2004, 05:08 PM
Indutrial Plywood, Reading, PA. Their 1/4 inch 4 x 8 sheets sell for 50 bucks.

Fastjeff

Fsatjeff
12-20-2004, 05:08 PM
Indutrial Plywood, Reading, PA. Their 1/4 inch 4 x 8 sheets sell for 50 bucks.

Fastjeff

Fsatjeff
12-20-2004, 05:08 PM
Indutrial Plywood, Reading, PA. Their 1/4 inch 4 x 8 sheets sell for 50 bucks.

Fastjeff

imported_Steven Bauer
12-20-2004, 05:34 PM
Any relation to the English boat designer Andrew Wolstenholme? www.wolstenholmedesign.com (http://www.wolstenholmedesign.com)

http://www.wolstenholmedesign.com/images/dings4.gif

http://www.wolstenholmedesign.com/images/gypsy.jpeg

imported_Steven Bauer
12-20-2004, 05:34 PM
Any relation to the English boat designer Andrew Wolstenholme? www.wolstenholmedesign.com (http://www.wolstenholmedesign.com)

http://www.wolstenholmedesign.com/images/dings4.gif

http://www.wolstenholmedesign.com/images/gypsy.jpeg

imported_Steven Bauer
12-20-2004, 05:34 PM
Any relation to the English boat designer Andrew Wolstenholme? www.wolstenholmedesign.com (http://www.wolstenholmedesign.com)

http://www.wolstenholmedesign.com/images/dings4.gif

http://www.wolstenholmedesign.com/images/gypsy.jpeg

Venchka
12-21-2004, 09:52 AM
Originally posted by Fsatjeff:
Indutrial Plywood, Reading, PA. Their 1/4 inch 4 x 8 sheets sell for 50 bucks.

FastjeffSpecies? Brand? 4'x'8' sheets of what?

I see they have marine doug-fir. They also stock Signal M.D.O. in 3/8", 1/2" and 3/4" in 4'x8' and some 4'x10' sizes.

Industrial Plywood (http://www.industrialplywood.com/index.htm)

Wayne
In the Swamp. :D

[ 12-21-2004, 11:01 AM: Message edited by: Venchka ]

Venchka
12-21-2004, 09:52 AM
Originally posted by Fsatjeff:
Indutrial Plywood, Reading, PA. Their 1/4 inch 4 x 8 sheets sell for 50 bucks.

FastjeffSpecies? Brand? 4'x'8' sheets of what?

I see they have marine doug-fir. They also stock Signal M.D.O. in 3/8", 1/2" and 3/4" in 4'x8' and some 4'x10' sizes.

Industrial Plywood (http://www.industrialplywood.com/index.htm)

Wayne
In the Swamp. :D

[ 12-21-2004, 11:01 AM: Message edited by: Venchka ]

Venchka
12-21-2004, 09:52 AM
Originally posted by Fsatjeff:
Indutrial Plywood, Reading, PA. Their 1/4 inch 4 x 8 sheets sell for 50 bucks.

FastjeffSpecies? Brand? 4'x'8' sheets of what?

I see they have marine doug-fir. They also stock Signal M.D.O. in 3/8", 1/2" and 3/4" in 4'x8' and some 4'x10' sizes.

Industrial Plywood (http://www.industrialplywood.com/index.htm)

Wayne
In the Swamp. :D

[ 12-21-2004, 11:01 AM: Message edited by: Venchka ]

Jim H
12-21-2004, 04:01 PM
Originally posted by capt jake:
lwolstenholme, this was a very nice post and gesture on your part, but I don't see your number included in the list.Looks like a distributor Capt., Iwolstenholme thanks very much for the list!

[ 12-21-2004, 05:02 PM: Message edited by: Jim H ]

Jim H
12-21-2004, 04:01 PM
Originally posted by capt jake:
lwolstenholme, this was a very nice post and gesture on your part, but I don't see your number included in the list.Looks like a distributor Capt., Iwolstenholme thanks very much for the list!

[ 12-21-2004, 05:02 PM: Message edited by: Jim H ]

Jim H
12-21-2004, 04:01 PM
Originally posted by capt jake:
lwolstenholme, this was a very nice post and gesture on your part, but I don't see your number included in the list.Looks like a distributor Capt., Iwolstenholme thanks very much for the list!

[ 12-21-2004, 05:02 PM: Message edited by: Jim H ]

Charles Neuman
12-22-2004, 01:01 PM
Long Island, NY:

Roberts Plywood Co. (http://www.getwood.com/home.htm)
1-800-422-4944

and
Wood-Ply Lumber (http://www.woodply.com)

[ 12-22-2004, 05:20 PM: Message edited by: Charles Neuman ]

Charles Neuman
12-22-2004, 01:01 PM
Long Island, NY:

Roberts Plywood Co. (http://www.getwood.com/home.htm)
1-800-422-4944

and
Wood-Ply Lumber (http://www.woodply.com)

[ 12-22-2004, 05:20 PM: Message edited by: Charles Neuman ]

Charles Neuman
12-22-2004, 01:01 PM
Long Island, NY:

Roberts Plywood Co. (http://www.getwood.com/home.htm)
1-800-422-4944

and
Wood-Ply Lumber (http://www.woodply.com)

[ 12-22-2004, 05:20 PM: Message edited by: Charles Neuman ]

lwolstenholme
01-26-2005, 06:33 PM
There are many more Wolstenholme's in England than here in the US. Its the only place on earth that I dont have to spell my name three times. I have never spoken with Andrew Wolstenholme, but it is an odd coincidence that I would like to follow up on.

I have listed the sources above as distributors of marine plywood. These are actually customers of ours and we (www.wolstenholme.com) represent marine plywood manufacturers in Europe & SE Asia. We do not stock anything in Colorado, and to date I have not found any of our plywood customers in Colorado that are willing to do so. This is too bad as we get many calls from local builders in this area.

While we do not sell sheet quantities directly to private individuals, I'd be happy to update the list of distributors as we are signing up new ones all the time. I would also be happy to answer any questions (without bias) on marine grade plywoods. The little I know. I can also refer you to sources that do not carry our brands of marine plywood. I'll look it over again to see if I can add any but I must say this thread is fairly complete.

Regards,
Luke Wolstenholme

lwolstenholme
01-26-2005, 06:33 PM
There are many more Wolstenholme's in England than here in the US. Its the only place on earth that I dont have to spell my name three times. I have never spoken with Andrew Wolstenholme, but it is an odd coincidence that I would like to follow up on.

I have listed the sources above as distributors of marine plywood. These are actually customers of ours and we (www.wolstenholme.com) represent marine plywood manufacturers in Europe & SE Asia. We do not stock anything in Colorado, and to date I have not found any of our plywood customers in Colorado that are willing to do so. This is too bad as we get many calls from local builders in this area.

While we do not sell sheet quantities directly to private individuals, I'd be happy to update the list of distributors as we are signing up new ones all the time. I would also be happy to answer any questions (without bias) on marine grade plywoods. The little I know. I can also refer you to sources that do not carry our brands of marine plywood. I'll look it over again to see if I can add any but I must say this thread is fairly complete.

Regards,
Luke Wolstenholme

lwolstenholme
01-26-2005, 06:33 PM
There are many more Wolstenholme's in England than here in the US. Its the only place on earth that I dont have to spell my name three times. I have never spoken with Andrew Wolstenholme, but it is an odd coincidence that I would like to follow up on.

I have listed the sources above as distributors of marine plywood. These are actually customers of ours and we (www.wolstenholme.com) represent marine plywood manufacturers in Europe & SE Asia. We do not stock anything in Colorado, and to date I have not found any of our plywood customers in Colorado that are willing to do so. This is too bad as we get many calls from local builders in this area.

While we do not sell sheet quantities directly to private individuals, I'd be happy to update the list of distributors as we are signing up new ones all the time. I would also be happy to answer any questions (without bias) on marine grade plywoods. The little I know. I can also refer you to sources that do not carry our brands of marine plywood. I'll look it over again to see if I can add any but I must say this thread is fairly complete.

Regards,
Luke Wolstenholme

lwolstenholme
01-26-2005, 06:46 PM
Ok, here are some other distributors of marine ply (sorry if some are duplicates):
Saxonville, RI - 401-467-9555
Saxonville, MA - 413-732-8883
Saxonville, VT - 877-263-3475
Exotic Lumber, MD - 410-267-0887 (a fellow South African)
Frost Hardwoods, CA - 858-455-9060
World Panel, FL - 561-840-0500
Boatcraft, Edmonton, AB - 780-437-4919
Quality Plywood, FL - 727-572-0500
Royal Plywood, CA (mainly Fir) 562-404-2989
Anchor Hardwoods, NC - 910-392-9888
Clarkes Hardwood Lumber, TX - 713-862-6628
Fine Lumber & Plywood, TX - 512-836-8990
Merrit Marine, FL - 954-946-5350
TRG, CA (Teak only, and may only be wholesale) 909-464-2871

lwolstenholme
01-26-2005, 06:46 PM
Ok, here are some other distributors of marine ply (sorry if some are duplicates):
Saxonville, RI - 401-467-9555
Saxonville, MA - 413-732-8883
Saxonville, VT - 877-263-3475
Exotic Lumber, MD - 410-267-0887 (a fellow South African)
Frost Hardwoods, CA - 858-455-9060
World Panel, FL - 561-840-0500
Boatcraft, Edmonton, AB - 780-437-4919
Quality Plywood, FL - 727-572-0500
Royal Plywood, CA (mainly Fir) 562-404-2989
Anchor Hardwoods, NC - 910-392-9888
Clarkes Hardwood Lumber, TX - 713-862-6628
Fine Lumber & Plywood, TX - 512-836-8990
Merrit Marine, FL - 954-946-5350
TRG, CA (Teak only, and may only be wholesale) 909-464-2871

lwolstenholme
01-26-2005, 06:46 PM
Ok, here are some other distributors of marine ply (sorry if some are duplicates):
Saxonville, RI - 401-467-9555
Saxonville, MA - 413-732-8883
Saxonville, VT - 877-263-3475
Exotic Lumber, MD - 410-267-0887 (a fellow South African)
Frost Hardwoods, CA - 858-455-9060
World Panel, FL - 561-840-0500
Boatcraft, Edmonton, AB - 780-437-4919
Quality Plywood, FL - 727-572-0500
Royal Plywood, CA (mainly Fir) 562-404-2989
Anchor Hardwoods, NC - 910-392-9888
Clarkes Hardwood Lumber, TX - 713-862-6628
Fine Lumber & Plywood, TX - 512-836-8990
Merrit Marine, FL - 954-946-5350
TRG, CA (Teak only, and may only be wholesale) 909-464-2871

Jim H
02-24-2005, 10:16 AM
Originally posted by Todd Bradshaw:
BVC Hardwood on the north side of Madison stocks some marine plywood. I don't know how their prices compare to others, but it's a fun place to look around. 5380 Farmco Dr. Madison (608) 244-8780

Jim H
02-24-2005, 10:16 AM
Originally posted by Todd Bradshaw:
BVC Hardwood on the north side of Madison stocks some marine plywood. I don't know how their prices compare to others, but it's a fun place to look around. 5380 Farmco Dr. Madison (608) 244-8780

Jim H
02-24-2005, 10:16 AM
Originally posted by Todd Bradshaw:
BVC Hardwood on the north side of Madison stocks some marine plywood. I don't know how their prices compare to others, but it's a fun place to look around. 5380 Farmco Dr. Madison (608) 244-8780

Wild Dingo
02-24-2005, 10:36 AM
Sooo okay help yer wee Aussie mate out here... All good an fine with the US market I think its pretty much covered but what about the Aussie one eh?

Where can I get me marine ply? Well considerin Im in West Aussie I will be sourcing it from South Aussie or elsewhere since the cheepest 1/4 marine ply Ive found is $80+ per sheet 50+ for buildin grade ply and Ive gotta go get it!... ex east coast Ive been quoted considerably cheeper landed at my door :mad:

Actually its the same for epoxy and fibreglass as well :rolleyes:

So any of yous blokes got Aussie distributors in your quick fingered responses?

Oh forgot to add a fella I know in Australind {south of me} whose building a 50ft Simpson Cat sourced his from Fiji says its a far better product and landed via seatainer in his shed apparently cheeper than he could get in Aus

ooops that should be Grainger Cat :rolleyes:

[ 02-24-2005, 11:39 AM: Message edited by: Wild Dingo ]

Wild Dingo
02-24-2005, 10:36 AM
Sooo okay help yer wee Aussie mate out here... All good an fine with the US market I think its pretty much covered but what about the Aussie one eh?

Where can I get me marine ply? Well considerin Im in West Aussie I will be sourcing it from South Aussie or elsewhere since the cheepest 1/4 marine ply Ive found is $80+ per sheet 50+ for buildin grade ply and Ive gotta go get it!... ex east coast Ive been quoted considerably cheeper landed at my door :mad:

Actually its the same for epoxy and fibreglass as well :rolleyes:

So any of yous blokes got Aussie distributors in your quick fingered responses?

Oh forgot to add a fella I know in Australind {south of me} whose building a 50ft Simpson Cat sourced his from Fiji says its a far better product and landed via seatainer in his shed apparently cheeper than he could get in Aus

ooops that should be Grainger Cat :rolleyes:

[ 02-24-2005, 11:39 AM: Message edited by: Wild Dingo ]

Wild Dingo
02-24-2005, 10:36 AM
Sooo okay help yer wee Aussie mate out here... All good an fine with the US market I think its pretty much covered but what about the Aussie one eh?

Where can I get me marine ply? Well considerin Im in West Aussie I will be sourcing it from South Aussie or elsewhere since the cheepest 1/4 marine ply Ive found is $80+ per sheet 50+ for buildin grade ply and Ive gotta go get it!... ex east coast Ive been quoted considerably cheeper landed at my door :mad:

Actually its the same for epoxy and fibreglass as well :rolleyes:

So any of yous blokes got Aussie distributors in your quick fingered responses?

Oh forgot to add a fella I know in Australind {south of me} whose building a 50ft Simpson Cat sourced his from Fiji says its a far better product and landed via seatainer in his shed apparently cheeper than he could get in Aus

ooops that should be Grainger Cat :rolleyes:

[ 02-24-2005, 11:39 AM: Message edited by: Wild Dingo ]

Jim H
02-24-2005, 05:55 PM
Originally posted by Captain Pre-Capsize:
Hate to correct you but there is a place down here in the Chicago metro area. It is in Countryside, IL. Their phone is (866) PDUSA-CH. Or go to their site. www.pdusa.com (http://www.pdusa.com)

Jim H
02-24-2005, 05:55 PM
Originally posted by Captain Pre-Capsize:
Hate to correct you but there is a place down here in the Chicago metro area. It is in Countryside, IL. Their phone is (866) PDUSA-CH. Or go to their site. www.pdusa.com (http://www.pdusa.com)

Jim H
02-24-2005, 05:55 PM
Originally posted by Captain Pre-Capsize:
Hate to correct you but there is a place down here in the Chicago metro area. It is in Countryside, IL. Their phone is (866) PDUSA-CH. Or go to their site. www.pdusa.com (http://www.pdusa.com)

Jim H
03-02-2005, 04:47 PM
Originally posted by Bayboat:
McCormick Lumber in Madison, WI has Ocume marine plywood, also Sitka spruce & others. www.mccormicklumber.com. (http://www.mccormicklumber.com.)

Jim H
03-02-2005, 04:47 PM
Originally posted by Bayboat:
McCormick Lumber in Madison, WI has Ocume marine plywood, also Sitka spruce & others. www.mccormicklumber.com. (http://www.mccormicklumber.com.)

Jim H
03-02-2005, 04:47 PM
Originally posted by Bayboat:
McCormick Lumber in Madison, WI has Ocume marine plywood, also Sitka spruce & others. www.mccormicklumber.com. (http://www.mccormicklumber.com.)

Jim H
03-02-2005, 04:49 PM
[QUOTE]Originally posted by willmarsh3:
[QB]Dale, there's a place in Scottsboro, AL - about two hour drive southeast from you, called Hardwood Center www.hardwoodcenter.com. (http://www.hardwoodcenter.com.) I go there sometimes on Saturday morning to get my mahogany. It's the kind of place that sells rough cut 8/4 (2") planks, etc. They have just about every species of wood there is.

Jim H
03-02-2005, 04:49 PM
[QUOTE]Originally posted by willmarsh3:
[QB]Dale, there's a place in Scottsboro, AL - about two hour drive southeast from you, called Hardwood Center www.hardwoodcenter.com. (http://www.hardwoodcenter.com.) I go there sometimes on Saturday morning to get my mahogany. It's the kind of place that sells rough cut 8/4 (2") planks, etc. They have just about every species of wood there is.

Jim H
03-02-2005, 04:49 PM
[QUOTE]Originally posted by willmarsh3:
[QB]Dale, there's a place in Scottsboro, AL - about two hour drive southeast from you, called Hardwood Center www.hardwoodcenter.com. (http://www.hardwoodcenter.com.) I go there sometimes on Saturday morning to get my mahogany. It's the kind of place that sells rough cut 8/4 (2") planks, etc. They have just about every species of wood there is.