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What Clients think of us...

I believe that I'm the first retail customer for a new hatch, rather than a refurbishment. Refurbishment was my original plan - new seals and perspex - but I found that the hatch flange had some fairly serious corrosion around the bolt holes so was resigned to it going into a skip. I was therefore mightily impressed when Eagle Boat Windows offered to take my old hatch in part-exchange for a new one - it'll now continue life as one of their Lids4Lend stock, so it's great to know that it will continue to be used, albeit temporarily, by several more boat owners whilst their own hatches are sent for refurbishment. Great service and excellent communications plus a competitive price on the new hatch, so I'm very happy.

Graham Keating

1997 VAncouver 38

The turnaround time was very quick and the refurbished hatch looks good (and passed the hose test). What was very useful was the temporary hatch that Eagle provided. This was well thought through, easy to fit and very secure. Also, Eagle took care of all the packing and posting arrangements which I appreciated. Good communication, easy to deal with and very friendly.

Doug

Parker 325

What a great job you guys did - thanks so much!
And really excellent customer service, with advice and personable help on the phone. Highly recommended.

Tony Cant

1986 MkII Halmatic 30

Replacement of the perspex and new seals done in super quick time, while I used the Lids4Lend to secure the boat. A very straight forward DIY project with excellent results! Thank you.

Adrian Knight

Feeling 1090

ABOUT EAGLE BOAT WINDOWS

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

Put simply, we take leaky, crazed units and transform them into ones which are dry, clear and beautiful...

 

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.

Lewmar Superhatch closing seal now available!!

Eagle Boat Windows is delighted to announce the delivery of our first batch of custom manufactured closing seal for the Lewmar Superhatch range.  Manufactured in the UK to a profile verified by Lewmar, this is the first obsolete profile to be brought back to service customers needs.

 

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Temporary Import Processing - All good now...

It should be so easy. International clients (ie currently those non-EU) send in their windows, we process them and then return them. Bu...

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Lewmar Opening Portlights - Old, New and Versions

If you have Lewmar New Standard opening portlights we discuss whether spare acrylics are likely to be available

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Lids4Lend features in PBO (Practical Boat Owner)

Rupert Holmes from PBO describes Lids4Lend as a 'neat idea' in the New Gear section of the September 2020 issue.

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Lids4Lend is Go!

The Lids4Lend service from Eagle Boat Windows is now operational so here are some examples along with photos of the lids and mountings

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Wonderful washboards...

We've got washboards cracked...

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Lewmar Low Profile Hatch - Mk1 or Mk2?

Originally published by Lewmar. Crossover date The Low & Medium Profile Hatches changed from Mk1 to Mk2 version between July and December...

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Interscrews - what, where and how

So, an interscrew has two components; a machine screw a captive threaded, splined bush Machine Screw The engineers name for a bolt. Mach...

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Art of release - removing a window the less painful way

There are a number of factors which influence how easy or otherwise it will prove to remove your windows, many of which you'll only truly...

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Grasping the anatomy of a boat window

We see lots of variations, some which are a breeze to refurbish, others which are very time consuming and thus expensive to complete. He...

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Lids4Lend in Practice - Fitting a Lifeboat Lid

I thought it about time to test the theory and fit one myself. My 1990 Halmatic 30 has a now rare composite hatch from Canpa, made in En...

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