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Any thoughts about using Tasmanian Myrtle (Nothofagus Cunninghamii), partic for deck and hull planking? 

It is quite cheaply available on ebay in 0.6mm veneer sheets, sent direct from Tasmania.



It seems to be a dense, fine-grained wood, with quite pale pink colour. 

Anyone have any wisdom or experience on this matter?



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Looks and sounds like a good wood, even used for boat building :). I would certainly give it a try

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