Core Materials, Wood, and Starboard
New materials and technology offer higher strength to weight ratios. The demand has yielded great progress in sandwich core composite technology, affordability, and selection. Sandwich core construction uses lightweight cores with flexural modulus and strength properties far greater than the materials used as skin laminates. Corecell, grid scored, double cut, divinycell, balsa wood, plain cell, and other mainstays of sandwich core construction.
King Starboard is an extremely popular marine grade polymer (plastic) material used for fabricating hatches, doors, rails, handles, cup holders, fishing rod holders, counters, chairs, tables, frames and other boat trim. Starboard does not rot, swell, splinter or delaminate when exposed to humidity or water.
Marine lumber suitable for boat construction and finish, plus decorative teak, spruce, and other hardwood decorative and finish wood products. Teak wood has long been a traditional favorite due to its durability, appearance, and light weight. Teak wood is used in many marine applications, boatbuilding, furniture and flooring. Our lumber is high quality teak imported from Asia. Wood color and grain pattern can vary, which serves to make your piece unique with a wonderful appearance. Teak is a very durable hardwood with excellent split resistance.