Boat windows

Boat windows in acrylic, polycarbonate and glass; direct glazing or framed windows. Aczel is a Lloyd's approved marine glazier.

This large catamaran required a complete refurbishment by Aczel Marine, including some delicate timber work around the large windows of the main cabin and restoration of old timber work affected by dry rot.

Leaking boat windows can cause serious and costly sub-structure damage if neglected. Aczel Marine specialises in window repairs and replacement, paying attention to proper sealing of the window frames.

Acrylic windows and hatches can be difficult to fit, especially on a curved cabin roof.

The meticulous craftsmanship of Aczel marine glaziers ensure perfect positioning and no leaks.

From small timber cruisers to big commercial ships, Aczel glaziers can cope with any size and shape of window and ensure they are leak free.

They can install fixed windows direct to any surface, or sliding or hinged windows in frames.

Ask Aczel Marine for their expert advice if you are considering window changes or installations in newly built vessels.

(At left) A curved windscreen fitted by Aczel Marine to a luxury cruiser owned by prominent Brisbane businessman Stefan.

(At right) Serious water damage as a result of a leaking window seal.

For curved windows, Aczel Marine first makes a timber mold of the window which is then used by the glaziers to ensure accurate manufacture.

The Aczel team removed and refitted five new windows on a Eagle 53 in Townsville. The job was easily accomplished in a couple of days.

Watch how Aczel Marine fits a fixed acrylic window that needs to follow a curved cabin roof line.