Acrylic, Perspex® and polycarbonate yacht windows, windshields and covers
At Hampshire Plastics our yacht windows, windshields and covers come in a range of materials covering:
- Premium acrylic
By offering a choice of yacht window and windshield materials our marine products are cost-effective, robust, and durable.
Custom yacht windows & replacements
If you are looking for a new or replacement yacht window, our team of marine industry professionals is on hand to help. Our made-to-measure yacht windows are manufactured to your exact requirements and are offered in a range of durable, weather-resistant materials.
For budget-conscious yacht owners, our acrylic and Perspex® options are a cost-effective alternative to glass.
Looking for a new or replacement yacht window? Call today on 023 9248 6633
Yacht windshields protect the owner and their passengers from water and flying debris found on the water. For that reason alone, maintaining and replacing a yacht windshield is paramount to onboard health and safety.
Chipped or cracked windshields can shatter if hit by flying debris and can lead to serious issues. Not only will visibility be impaired, a shattered windshield could also cause harm to the owner or passengers.
Looking for a replacement yacht windshield? Talk to the team today by calling 023 9248 6633.
Yacht windshield and windscreen covers
Yacht windshield covers help reduce the glare of the sun and maintain visibility whilst out on the open sea. Furthermore, they protect the yacht interiors from the impact of UV rays.
Additionally, yacht windscreen covers provide privacy and help to keep the owner and passengers cooler.
The Hampshire Plastics timeline
As well as sourcing top grade materials, the thing that really sets us apart is our process. We’ve developed a clear timeline, so every aspect of producing and supplying your replacement plastic boat windows project is covered without exception.
1 The Project Brief
3 Concept Development
4 Design Process
6 Fit out
Looking for a new yacht window, replacement or windshield?
With acrylic, polycarbonate or Perspex® options we have something to meet all needs and requirements.
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Yacht windows FAQs
Looking to learn more ahead of making an enquiry? Here are some of the most common questions we get asked by our customers about yacht windows and windshields.
- What are yacht windows made of?
- How much do yacht windows cost?
- How much does it cost for a replacement yacht window?
- What are the windows on a yacht called?
- How do I maintain and clean my new yacht window?
- What materials are used for yacht windshields?
What are yacht windows made of?
Yacht windows are made from a range of marine-grade plastics and other materials.
At Hampshire Plastics, our yacht windows are made and manufactured from acrylic, Perspex, and polycarbonate.
These materials are robust and durable and provide an incredibly cost-effective alternative to glass.
How much do yacht windows cost?
Fair question and one we get asked a lot. Yacht window costs vary depending on a range of factors.
These factors can include the material used and the size of the window.
How much does it cost for a replacement yacht window?
Similar to the answer to the above question, replacement yacht windows vary in cost.
Glass is often very pricey when compared to acrylic and Perspex.
Of course, the larger the window, the greater the cost.
What are the windows on a yacht called?
Windows on a yacht or boat are called portholes.
How do I maintain and clean my new yacht window?
The process for cleaning a yacht window is simple.
First, rinse your yacht windows with water and a clean cloth. This will help to remove any dirt, sand, and other debris.
Secondly, we recommend using a traditional mixture of soap and water.
What materials are used for yacht windshields?
Yacht windshields can be made from a range of materials.
Whilst glass can be used for yacht windshields, it can be quite expensive.
Acrylic and Perspex can also be used and they are a highly durable, robust and cost-effective alternative.