Don’t just take our word for it
Find out what some of the world’s top boating magazines have to say about the quality of our products.
Flexiteek 2G, we’ve tested and (mis) treated it for you
“Flexiteek 2G passed our tests with honours…
First of all, cleaning will be easier, faster and, above all, without any doubts about the detergent/soap to use, which translates into a considerable time and money saving. Secondly, thanks to Flexiteek 2G, costs will be undoubtedly lower in terms of ordinary and extraordinary deck maintenance.”Marco Pinetto
Teak alternatives: 4 options for decking that doesn’t cost the earth
“Despite their slightly textured surface, which replicates the grain of real wood, dirt and stains stay on the surface of PVC decking, so it can be cleaned relatively easily with a wet cloth and maybe soapy water. Unlike real teak, which has a mix of hard and very soft fibres, PVC decks can also be pressure-washed. Another bonus is that damaged areas can be sanded back to reveal fresh material that looks new.”Rupert Holmes
What’s the best synthetic teak? The comparative test
“Rankings speak for themselves and, even if individual differences are not big, Flexiteek is undoubtedly the absolute winner.
It proved to be multi-purpose, highly efficient in all respects and even the most similar one to natural wood.”Marco Pinetto
Special Edition / Flexiteek, the solution for an aesthetic and durable bridge
“The teak deck remains a must for yachting. This material provides an inimitable colour and feel underfoot. But all owners who have been lucky enough to have this type of wood on their boat will tell you the difficulties in maintaining it, the problems in keeping it clean and beautiful. In order to avoid all these inconveniences, Flexiteek offers an alternative solution that is now widely acclaimed.”François-Xavier Ricardou
Fitting Flexiteek synthetic decks | Motor Boat & Yachting
Can synthetic teak decks look as good as the real thing? We step on board editor Hugo Andreae’s Karnic 2250 to find out…Motor Boat & Yachting