PureBond 1/2 in. x 2 ft. x 4 ft. Red Oak Plywood Corn Hole Board Top Model# 3561 $ 16 00. Standard delivery. Set your store to see local availability Add to Cart ...
5052-H32 Aluminum Sheet - (ASTM B209, QQ-A-250/8) Superior corrosion resistance, good weldability, with excellent formability, makes 5052 Aluminum Sheet a common choice for chemical, marine or saltwater applications. 5052 Aluminum Sheet applications include: tanks, marine hardware, boat hulls, etc. Mill Finish - Not Polished
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Polycarbonate characteristics are quite like those of polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA, ACRYLIC), but polycarbonate is stronger and usable in a wider temperature range. Polycarbonate is a versatile, tough plastic used for a variety of applications, from bulletproof windows to compact disks (CDs).
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Suitable for use on a boat, on an RV, or maybe even for a project around your home, Marine Lumber is high-density polyethylene that is stabilized to resist saltwater, chemicals, and sunlight. It will not rot or delaminate, and is easily cut, routed, shaped and drilled, using standard woodworking tools.
The fiberglass parts of your boat will barely sink, so you really don’t need much foam to offset the fiberglass- maybe one cubic foot of foam per two hundred pounds (or more) of fiberglass hull. The metal parts of your boat are what you really need to account for.
From what I've seen online the coosa is about $200 per sheet. Granted its over 2x's cost of marine ply but it's a one time thing. For all small boat I look at it as a small investment.