King Starboard Quarter Sheets -- 3/4" Thick -- 54" x 24" -- $270 For 1 -- $348 For 2 -- $610 For 4 Of Same Color

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King Starboard is a marine-grade polymer, which means it's a high-tech plastic that will stand up to salt water and sun a lot better than most types of wood--without a lick of maintenance, and often at lower cost. 

Please understand that any cut pieces (project panels, quarter sheets) sizes can vary by as much as a 1/4" due to saw kerf when cutting sheets down, so if your project calls for sizes the same as what we offer, move to the next size up so you can get nice clean finished edges when you cut to your size.

3/4" thick King Starboard is what we use for the tops of our own fish-cleaning tables (supported underneath with a couple lengths of hefty aluminum "U" channel). And it also goes into the frames of our stock and custom-design boat doors. This thickness is also peace-of-mind dandy as backing blocks for lifeline stanchions and other fairly high-load deck hardware. So long as it's supported by solid frame members around 12" - 14" apart, 3/4" Starboard can handle a fairly heavy load with no problem -- including swim-platform applications.

What it can do. You can work King Starboard with standard woodworking tools and assemble components with standard screws and fasteners. I'm sold on this material as a faster, longer lasting, economical alternative to marine wood products in many situations. 

"Thanks for getting the starboard to me so quick, as well as being so helpful over the phone. Your customer service is great. "
John Hart -- North Bay Village, Florida

What it can't do. You won't be using King Starboard to build boat hulls, because it's not a structural material. That means it needs to be supported by a load-bearing frame or substrate. You also won't be using King Starboard where temperatures are likely to exceed--or even get close to--180 degrees Fahrenheit, because it'll start to melt and you'll have all sorts of problems. And King Starboard expands and contracts with normal temperature variations, so you'll need to allow for that when you assemble various components.


Five Colors In Stock:


ksbsample-darker seafoam


Dolphin Gray


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