[Santana 22] Marine plywood?

Michael Kennedy michaelkennedy05 at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 12 16:46:02 EST 2019

 +1 for MacBeath-I made a new V berth out of their marine plywood a few years ago.  
Marine plywood is pricey-your Home Depo piece is fine as long as you really seal it.  Lots of paint.  Maybe epoxy soaked in, then paint over that (epoxy makes it strong and fairly waterproof, but no likey the UV).  Although epoxy is pricey too
    On Tuesday, February 12, 2019, 1:38:12 PM PST, Ciaran Wills <c.j.wills at acm.org> wrote:  
 Thanks for the responses - it sounds like MacBeath Hardwood is the place to go.  Although in the meantime I just picked up the nicest looking piece I could find in Home Depot since I'm going to paint it anyway and a hatch is easy to replace again later.
On Sat, Oct 20, 2018 at 11:41 PM Ciaran Wills <c.j.wills at acm.org> wrote:

Anyone know a good place to get plywood?  I only need a couple of
pieces to make a new companionway hatch.

Or would generic hardware store ply suffice for this if it's painted?

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