You need to buy some marine plywood, but you’re not sure which type to choose. It’s a problem that many woodworkers come across when they’re in the first stages of building a kayak, a boat hull, a dock, or anything that requires sturdy, moisture-resistant plywood. So, what really is the difference between the admired Joubert Okoume and the more economical Marine Fir? Take a look at our Marine Plywood fact sheet to learn about the various marine plywood standards—BS6566 and BS1088 aren’t just numbers, after all! Learn about each type’s cost and characteristics so you can find the best plywood for your project.