Happy sailing to all our valued clients this summer!!



...use the refurbishment partner trusted by the British Lifeboat Service (RNLI) for over 30 years...


What Clients think of us...

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.


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

This is the third boat that I have had the windows refurbished by Eagle Boat Windows and they have never disappointed. They are prompt, helpful and sympathetic, windows returned in three weeks.THw quality of workmanship is excellent and the old frames aligned perfctly, including every screw hole. Rather than another picture of the finished arcticle, this is a picture of my preparations to ensure that I did not kick the screws overboard.


MOOD 27 1981

10 May 2021


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.

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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We're still here...

Eagle Boat Windows continues to operate in these trying times...


Monday, 20 April 2020

EAGLE has moved, but is still the quality specialist

We've moved to Bury St Edmunds!


Monday, 20 April 2020

New Website - same quality service

So I've finally worked out how to replace our old website with the one I've been working on during C19. It's not yet mobile friendly,...


Tuesday, 2 June 2020

Impact of Covid screens on material availability

The world has gone mad for clear plastic, particularly 6mm and under. Both our suppliers (Perspex for Acrylic and Amari for...


Tuesday, 2 June 2020

Wonderful washboards...

We've got washboards cracked...


Monday, 29 June 2020

Custom vs Catalogue Units - to hell or back?

This is a huge topic which may well dictate whether refurbishment is easy or impossible so pay attention! I'm really targeting this at...


Thursday, 31 December 2020

Remove and Refit a Fixed Pane Window

Given we make you do this it only seems fair we give you some guidance... Jump to whichever part you need help with; Remove the window...


Thursday, 31 December 2020

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...


Wednesday, 30 June 2021

Lewmar Hatch Range Identification

The ranges are; Superhatch (obsolete - 1980-87) Rollstop (obsolete - 1987-92) Ocean (1992-) Coastline (obsolete - 1991 - 2000) Trimport...


Thursday, 24 December 2020

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,...


Monday, 14 June 2021