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Here’s an excerpt from a conversation on the Sam’s Marine Hatteras Owner’s Forum titled ‘Window Frames':
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Yes sir done it a few to many times by the book and a few years down the road it starts again! The only thing that holds up best is to anodize it. But still not full proof if your in Salt water.
Talked with a older Gent been Anodizing all his life owns his own company here on the Island. His response was
“Son it will hold up if you anodize it then put it in the boat and put the boat up on blocks in the back yard”
On my list for updates is Fiberglass frames from Broadus Nice stuff and No more corrosion !
End Of The Line II
A Hatteras Motor Yacht has an updated look with corrosion free fiberglass replacement boat windows. These boat windows were installed by the owner with the help of our “How to Install” video series .
The windows that were replaced in this phase of restoration included:
- Front Boat Windshields
- Pilot House Windows
- Galley Windows
As you can see in these pictures, the paint line from the previous aluminum windows is not visible. Although this boat is slated for a paint job, if a boat’s paint is in good condition, there is no need to paint the boat after installing Lookout Boat Window Frames. We design our frames to make your installation as simple and cost effective as possible.
Let us know if we can answer any questions about your boat window restoration project!