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Fish White King Starboard Plastic Sheets

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We offer Fish White King Starboard cut to your unique requirements. Expedite your project today by purchasing material already cut to your exact needs!

King Starboard is the leading marine grade plastic sheet -- used as the base construction material for thousands of boat component parts. It is easily fabricated with standard woodworking tools and environmentally and UV stabilized to last in the harsh marine environment. Arctic White King Starboard is a slightly off white color used by Sea Ray for years.

Key Features:

  • Off-White Almond Color
  • CNC cut for a clean uniform edge appearance – no blade marks
  • Easy to fabricate using standard woodworking tools
  • Will not rot, swell, splinter or delaminate when exposed to humidity or water
  • Durable matte-textured surface
  • Easy to clean and never needs refinishing
Works Like Wood, Lasts a Lifetime!

King Starboard is the original and leading marine grade boat plastic polymer sheet building material. Since its introduction, it has been the choice boat building material for marine parts previously made from teak wood. Nothing on the water maintains it's original color and structural integrity longer.

King Starboard simply cannot rot or delaminate, and it is virtually maintenance free. It's unique polymer formula is environmentally stabilized to deliver a previously unattainable level of consistency and resistance to the elements. It is easy to clean and never needs refinishing. King Starboard plastic lumber is available in a variety of colors and sheet thicknesses and can be easily cut and machined using standard wood working tools.

King Starboard is used exclusively by Teak Isle Mfg., the leading OEM supplier for component plastic marine products. Experienced boat builders and boaters know the King Starboard brand and trust it above all others.

For the marine industry: Access Doors, Center Console Doors, Transom Doors, Hatches, Tackle Storage Units, Drawer Units, Step Pads, Swim Platforms, Rod Holders, Tray Tables, Step Boxes, Anchor Chocks, Bow Pulpits, Fender Mounts, Deck Boxes, Step Boards (Gunwales), Sink Covers, Shower Grates, Dive Platforms, Cutting boards, Cabin Molding, Step Treads (Ladders), Electronics Mounting, Mounting Platforms, Fender Mounts, Upholstery Backs

Other Applications: Exterior Cabinetry, Summer Kitchens, Playground Equipment, Swings, Benches, Ottomans, Adirondacks, Shelving, Storage, Bars & Cabanas, Bathroom Partitions, Medical Carts, Shower Seats, Motor Mounts and Spacers, Lockers, Locker Room Benches, Engraved Signs, Pool Pump Bases.

King Starboard has three limitations to consider-
  1. It cannot be glued
  2. It cannot be painted
  3. It has less structural rigidity than wood
While there is some debate regarding gluing Starboard, we have never found an adhesive that we've tested and trust to structurally adhere Starboard. We would advise caution and skepticism if anyone tells you differently and we always recommend using mechanical fasteners with Starboard.

Paint (including polyurethanes) simply will not adhere to Starboard and upon drying will easily peel away.

Structural Rigidity
While Starboard is incredibly durable (and nearly impossible to actually break), it does not have the same structural rigidity as wood. For example - If you lean a piece of Starboard against the wall in your hot garage, you will return the next day and it very likely would have started to flex a bit.

The degree of this "flex" will vary by material thickness, but depending on your application, parts fabricated from King Starboard may require some metal stiffeners. If you have questions about your intended use, we'd encourage you to give us a call at 866-633-7961 to discuss if stiffeners would be required.
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Hatch cover for Crest Pontoon Boat
2003 22' Crest Family Fisherman pontoon boat. Both hatch covers have rotted from the inside. Hinges were still useable, so ordered the Fish White color board. Easy to refit the board as the new cover for the port side. Ordering the starboard side 2" shorter in length (32" from 34") because not trying to replace the sunken cup holders that sat near the outer edges.
Starboard side hatch cover to be replaced
Port side hatch cover with new material
June 26, 2019
3 months ago
Excellent Workmanship - Perfect Fit!
Ordered customized piece of Starboard to fabricate a new pulpit for windless.
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Added Jun 24, 2019
June 24, 2019
1 year ago
Excellent material
Great product. I would recommend this board
Bow Pulpit with star board
Bow pulpit completed
September 7, 2018
1 year ago
Very good product and friendly staff
August 5, 2018
1 year ago
First let me say I was a bit confused on Fish White. When I received the board, it was not white more cream. I reordered the white white and very happy. The material itself is awesome quality. It matched my existing materials. It cuts like wood but better. I was able to drill and tap. I bought the piano hinges ss and worked great. Lesson learned is to search through the web but give them a call and clarify what you want and what you believe. I called the second time to discuss color and good share. They were great to deal with and I ordered over the phone.
June 15, 2018
1 year ago
Great poduct, Great price.
I have ordered custom size starboard from boat outfitters in the past, and this order was no different. Came exactly how I ordered and arrived quickly. what more could you ask.
March 23, 2018
1 year ago
New motor, controls, and gauges.
Great product. I used it to cover the area where the old control and gauges were located. Then I placed new binnacle control and gauges on top of the new Starboard.
March 8, 2018
1 year ago
Questions / Answers
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I want to use starboard to make a bracket on the back of my 6ft boat to put my 55 lb thrust electric motor on.Is it strong enough to do this?
Al R on Sep 22, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Al, You could certainly use starboard for this application! Many of the removable trolling motor mounts in the market today are made out of starboard. I would suggest using 1" thick, or two pieces of 3/4" thick, to make sure you have the support needed for your application. Thank you!
Hi! What type (Coosa/White board, etc) you recommend I use to replace wooden benches (3) in my 12' Valco aluminum boat? Do you cut to size, too? Thanks!
Donald C on May 24, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi I am a fellow boater that has used BO in the past. The coosa will be rough cut with rough edge, will need to be finished before you install (either fiberglass and gel coat, paint, etc) The whiteboard you speak of is Starboard and can be finished on both raw edges by BO with a router. Know that both these wood replacement products have different structural rigidity then wood does and both could sag without additional support to the seat. They might be fine, but they might sag. Just know the risk and if any question of it then extra vertical support recommended. Yes they can custom cut to your specs.
I’m Repowering and need to build a small box to mount the throttle to. What is the best way to connect the pieces to one another to build the box? I will be leaving the bottom open so the cable can drop down from the bottom of the controls. Thanks in advance!
Brian on Sep 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hey Brian, great question. We use mechanical fasteners (screws) on all of our construction for starboard. Starboard cannot be structurally bonded, but we do carry a sealant that can help to seal your seams. You can find this in the link below:

Do you offer custom cuts (non-square shape)?
njemt on Aug 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Great question. Yes, we offer custom cuts as well. Please give us a call to discuss your project.
Does it Float?
Bobber on May 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Robert, Great Question!
Not only does it float, King Starboard® is waterproof, will not rust and will not corrode in salt.
Why is it that your length and width measurement drop down menus seem to apply more to thickness? Do you really think I'll be ordering sheets of starboard from you that are less than an inch in any direction?!
Brian F on May 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello Brian, the blank text fields are where you would enter the whole number (in inches) if you are looking for a piece that is 10-1/2" you would enter 10 into the blank text field then use the drop down to select the 1/2". I hope this helps and please let us knwo if you have any other questions or if there is anything else we can do for you.
How much does 1/2" starboard weigh per square foot?
A shopper on May 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: 1/2" Starboard is listed at 3 lbs per square foot according to the manufacturer.
Hi did anyone use this to make a cabinet outside for a bar-be-cue grill. We are in the process of getting a cabinet to fit the grill and a gas burner for our outside kitchen. Is this a good product for it?
A shopper on May 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello, Starboard can be a great material for outdoor kitchen builds but I would recommend calling in to discuss the specifics of your project with one of sales reps to go over some design and material thickness considerations. Please let us know if you have any other questions or if there is anything else we can do for you.
Heat resistant ? Would like to use as mounting board over carpet for on board battery charger . April 20, 2018 Jack M.
jack M on Apr 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello Jack, for a project like that it would probably be best to give us a call and discuss it with one of our sales reps. It should work for you but there are some considerations regarding thickness and support.
What thickness should I use for a transom bench seat that is 48"x19?
richard t on Feb 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Richard, the thickness for your application will be dependent upon the way you intend to support the bench seat. Please reach out to us at 866-633-7961 to go over the details of the project so that we can better answer your question. Thank you!
What is the best adhesive to use for marrying this to the back of the transom? Say if I want to possibly remove later, or if I don't, could you address both, I'm sure its just a different number for the adhesive!
Barry Culloty on Sep 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi Barry, great question. We do not have an adhesive that forms a structural bond. The strongest material that we recommend is the Sudbury Elastomeric Sealant found in the link below:

This holds to starboard quite well, better than 3M 5200, but it is still not what we would consider a structural bond. If you are looking for something more easily removed, you might consider 5200, 4200, or silicone sealant (the weakest bonding material we have found). Thanks Barry!
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