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What Clients think of us...

Whilst not the cheapest exercise this is a first class job and worth the cost. My old windows are almost like new. Amazing how clearly I can see out now and how much brighter it is inside my boat. Excellent service from Rowland and his team. The hints and tips are simple and if you follow them getting your windows out and back in is straight forward. No leaks so far!

Keith Armstrong-Clark

Jaguar 25 1984

4 Jan 2022

I broke a leaking window removing it to rebed it. I phoned Eagle windows. 20 minutes and 2 photos later I had a quote. 1 day after they received the broken window they have manufactured and dispatched the replacement.

Brendan O'Hare

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 35 2003

21 Jul 2021

First class service and end result. I just wish I had some crazed hatch covers on previous boats improved in the same way.

GRAHAM HAERLE

1985 Victoria 26

4 Jun 2021

From the prototype to the finished product was done very smoothly.Ending up with a portlight that looks great and has an excellent fit and finish.

John Bird

2002 Dufour 32 Classic

13 May 2021

ABOUT EAGLE BOAT WINDOWS

Eagle Boat Windows is a specialist marine window and deck hatch refurbishment and supply company with over 30 years experience.

Put simply, we take leaky, crazed units and transform them into ones which are dry and clear..., or source new replacements...

 

We offer services to private boat owners, refit yards and commercial clients (including the RNLI).  We are particularly pleased to partner with Lewmar in Europe, covering their Custom and Heritage ranges.  We are also agents for  a growing list of worldwide manufacturers, supplying spares and replacement units.

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Lewmar Superhatch closing seal now available!!

Eagle Boat Windows has contracted with a UK seal manufacturer to manufacture closing seal for the obsolete Superhatch range from Lewmar.  Using new tooling verified by Lewmar, this is the first obsolete profile to be brought back to service customers needs.

Eagle to supply new units from leading manufacturers

Eagle Boat Windows is delighted to announce it has become an agent for Gebo, Goiot, Vetus and Ertec (NC Bjerg) in addition to Lewmar and is now able to offer new hatch and window units and spares alongside its refurbishment services.

 

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Calling owners with Mk1 (1997-2000) Lewmar New Standard Openers - we have a solution!

I won't dwell on the three versions of New Standard (NS) ports, or what custom vs catalogue means as these topics are covered in previous...

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Wednesday, 8 December 2021

Costs rise again...

It will come as no surprise to hear that sheet plastic prices rose significantly when COVID hit and everyone wanted screens. Since then...

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Friday, 22 October 2021

Dufour custom New Std Port (#30056900) replacement options

We are delighted to announce that Lewmar will be manufacturing limited quantities of Mk3 replacements for the custom Dufour New Standard...

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Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Vancouver Yachts - International Service from Eagle

We're delighted to be able to reproduce this article with permission from the Vancouver Yachts Association (VYA) . This appeared in...

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Monday, 4 October 2021

In PBO again!!

Twice in a year in the New Gear section of PBO can't be bad... This time it's our replacement acrylics for Lewmar New Standard Mk2...

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Monday, 27 September 2021

Tips on removing an Ocean hatch lid

As I've been asked this several times, I thought it about time to save my breath and write down some guidance. This is in addition to...

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Wednesday, 3 November 2021

Removing old screws from a window frame

Materials Boats built 1980's and before may well have chromed brass screws/machine screws which are quite soft, but suffer less galvanic...

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Wednesday, 30 June 2021

Frames - New vs Old considerations

This is a common question, so I thought I'd put down some views. New Frame Option The first thing to say is that we don't make frames,...

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Monday, 14 June 2021

Adding a Lewmar retro-fit strut to an old Canpa Hatch

Canpa - once very popular in the days before the internet became the standard way of sourcing information. As a consequence though we...

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Wednesday, 9 June 2021

Refitting the refurbished Canpa hatch to Liberte Boo

Avid readers of the blog will be aware that many many moons ago (Aug 2020) I removed the 1980's composite Canpa hatch from my own boat,...

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Friday, 7 May 2021