Synthetic teak deck on classic yacht

Synthetic Teak Decking comparisons and key features

In our opinion, the differences between the leading brands of synthetic teaks is quite minimal with raw materials actually coming from the same source. There are many brands out there including Flexiteek, Permateek, Trakmark and Dek-King. They are all either made of pure PVC or contain some form of additives. Pure PVC provides a more durable deck, but materials containing additives cool quicker and are lighter in weight.

Whatever brand of teak composite you opt for, we are always happy to offer advice & help in your goal of transforming & renewing your boat with a beautiful new deck. There are a range of colours in all brands with over 90% of boats opting for traditional or weathered teak shown below

Synthetic teak comparisons
  • Fully welded seams for a waterproof deck
  • Virtually maintenance free
    – can be jet washed
  • Manufactured from 100% Virgin PVC Recyclable Material
  • Synthetic Teak comparisons – Does not turn grey
    – UV stabilised outdoor grade PVC
Synthetic teak comparisons
  • Stain resistant – oil and wine can be removed with soap and water
  • Low combustibility
    – fire rated to EN 13501-1: 2007
  • Synthetic teak comparisons Non-slip surface
    – slip resistance to BS 7976-2: 2002
Synthetic teak compsrisons
  • Abrasion resistance to BS EN 660-2: 1999
  • Weathering tests to conditions according to RAL-GZ 716/1 (1994)
  • Five-year material guarantee
  • Nine stock colour combinations