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Teak/holly 4x8 sheet source in New England?

Looking to buy a 4x8 sheet of teak and holly, to redo the cabin floor. Any suggestions, and ballaprk prices in the Maine - CT region?
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Go to Products, Marine Plywood at http://www.boulterplywood.com/ in Sommerville - next to Boston. Prices vary by thickness.
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Northeaster,
I purchased (2) 1/2" x 4'x8' sheets of marine grade Burmese teak plywood from Atlantic Plywood in Providence, RI - best price and quality I could find.. It was used for rebuilding two custom benches for the aft deck. The cost was 110./sheet, but needed to special order through a local lumber yard, (JT O'Connell) since they only sell wholesale.

Another reliable source is Boulter Plywood in Somerville, Ma. I've delt with them on several occasions with local architectural projects. I just checked their website and 1/2" x 4'x8' marine grade teak & holly, with 1.1 mm veneer face, currently costs $175.00 / sheet.

Edit: Stan apparently also recommends Boulter
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great info guys - I will give them a call!

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