Coverboards

OHC sources 100% true Burmese Teak specifically for the marine industry, focusing on coverboards for sportfishing. The multi-step process of selection, sorting, seasoning, and kiln drying with daily checking ensures that these components are not only the highest quality, but also the most beautiful. After this process, OHC personnel hand grades each piece. The benefit of this lavish attention to detail is passed on to customers who can select in person, or via photographs, a specific board for their project.

We source the best for your boat.

When using lumber for custom boat building, you need piece of mind. That’s why OHC sources only the highest quality Burmese Mountain Teak along with Lloyds of London Certified Marine Grade Plywood that achieves the BS-1088 standard. There’s no second guessing.

We care about craftsmanship.

It takes a true craftsman to design and build custom boats using wood products. We meticulously select and manufacture products in the dimensions and species best suited for marine applications. Since we carry them in stock, the quality lumber products you need are ready to be delivered.

You design it. We can manufacture it.

OHC manufactures custom, high performance products in our own manufacturing facility.  We use Woods and Leadermac moulders, specialty trim and rip saws, table shapers, sanders and routers. We can machine almost anything you can dream up for your yacht or sport fishing boat.

Resources

How Do You Know You Aren’t Using Illegally Harvested Teak?

At OHC, we hold ethics and quality to the highest standard. It’s the common thread that runs through every level of our business — from our relationships with suppliers overseas to the final product we offer our clients. This focus on ethics and quality is no different with…

Wood for Boats

The earliest boats go back 8,000 years ago, starting with dugout canoes. Those early dugout canoes ignited a desire to harness the power of the water and the wind, and mankind has built on that technology. Egyptians added sails, which paved the way for historical ships such as…

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