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Marine Plywood, Chesapeake area

I was in search of marine grade plywood or good exterior plywood to replace the cockpit floor of my sailboat. Loew's and Home Depot did not have anything I liked in the right thickness. Getting desperate, I drove to Harbor Sales in Sudlersville, MD. They were very helpful and knowledgeable. Better yet, they had partial sheets from a builder cut down that I was able to get inexpensively.

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84 lumber used to carry it, and the lumber place near mayo md ( rte 2 ) does too
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the lumber place near mayo md ( rte 2 ) does too
That's a STOCK Building Supply. Any STOCK outlet can get it on short notice.
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I am not sure which Chesapeake area but Yukon Lumber will have anything you are looking for. It is located in Norfolk VA and they have all type and grades of marine and exotic hardwoods.
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World of Hardwoods over near G&M crabcakes restaurant.
Hollens Ferry road exit off Balt beltway I think (I always get Hollens and Hammonds ferry Rd exits confused).
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