Marine Teak Decking

We supply the world's most prestigious yacht and boat manufacturers with decking, planking, and marine trim accessories.

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Why Use Marine Teak Decking?

Marine Teak Decking is often used to build the finest boats in the world. Marine Teak Decking is functional, beautiful, and long-lasting. It gives grip and warmth and lasts in the rugged conditions common at sea.

We provide our Marine Teak Decking wood fully surfaced, and in the lengths you require. Marine Teak Decking is ready to install. We can advise on best practices and materials to complete your build or re-decking process if needed.

What’s the Difference between Decking and Planking?

In addition to marine teak decking we can also provide marine teak planking. Planking consists of boards specifically selected for grain and straightness. They are wider and thicker than traditional teak decking. This material is produced with a meticulous attention to detail and high manufacturing quality.


  • vertical or flat grain

  • surfaced four sides (S4S), tongue & groove (T&G), ship lap or with caulking groover

  • 1/4” to 2-1/2” thick in lengths of 3’ to 20’

  • wide and long decking for renovation projects

Custom milling available to any specification. Please contact us for custom sizes or special orders.


  • A golden color, with dark markings and a straight grain.

  • A non-skid surface, thanks to a coarse texture that is smooth to the touch, with virtually no raised grain.

  • Little maintenance needed.

  • The choice of finishing the wood to a preferred shade or simply leaving it to take on a natural silver-gray patina


  • Janka scale hardness is 1,155

  • 42 lbs. / cu. ft., or approximately 3.5 lbs. per board foot

  • Bending strength is 14,600 psi

Our most popular Marine Teak Decking sizes are: 

1/2 x 1 7/8″ Battens

9/16 x 1 7/8″ Battens

How to clean Marine Teak Deck 

We have been talking to many of our customers and industry leaders about their recommendations for cleaning Teck Decking and Teak Wood. After many different suggestions and ideas, we have found the best solution. We recommend Star Brite. Star Brite Teak Cleaner is one of the least damaging teak cleaners you can use. It’s a one-step cleaner that takes all the work out of removing old teak oils and oxidation.

Simply pour cleaner onto a wet sponge and wipe onto the teak for large areas such as a deck. Wet the surface first and pour a little cleaner onto the surface. Use a scratch pad to spread the cleaner out. Wait about 10 minutes, and with the scratch pad and a hose, rinse and scrub lightly.

Unfortunately, teak can easily be damaged by using two-part cleaners, and a scrub brush as the acids and caustic components of these cleaners eat away at the soft growth ring layers of the teak. It is possible to get rid of these ridges by sanding and only using one-step cleaners with a scratch pad. After this, while the teak is still damp, a coating of Star Brite Fix can be applied, or allow the surface to dry and apply your favorite teak oil.

Cleaners that are too caustic can and will ruin your decking, and at a certain point, if a good cleaner won’t work, you may want to look at sanding or replacement, depending on the current thickness of the decking.