Curved Boat Windscreens, Windows and Windshields

At Hampshire Signs and Plastics, we are seeing an ongoing increase in customers interest in acrylic windows and screens, as opposed to glass.

Traditionally curved boat windows and screens are manufactured using tempered glass.

However, acrylic and plastic alternatives provide a durable cost-effective alternative.

The range of designs we can produce are numerous. Our specialist marine plastics team can work to a range of requirements and customer needs.

We offer complete flexibility when it comes to our customers needs, ideas and designs. We can offer single or double curved solutions, whilst catering to a range of budgets and requirements.

Curved Boat Screens

Looking for a new or replacement curved screen for your boat? With options covering Perspex® and acrylic, the Hampshire Plastics team are here to help.

Offering cost-effective options across a range of styles, we will have a solution to meet your needs.

Curved Boat Windows

Our highly durable curved boat windows are the perfect solution for owners of ribs and motor boats.

Offered in Perspex® and acrylic, our team is on hand to listen to your requirements and recommend a solution within your budget, and tailored to your needs.

Curved Boat Windshields

If you are looking for a new or replacement curved boat windshield, Hampshire Plastics are here to help.

As experienced marine industry professionals, we are a trusted partner for boat owners across the UK.

Talk to us today about your curved windshield requirements.

A complete range of curved boat windshields, screens and window replacements

Regardless of your requirements, all our curved boat windows and screens are fit-for-purpose, and fully compliant with regulations.

Our range of curved boat screens includes
  • Flybridge screens
  • Framed boat windscreens
  • Small moulded acrylic screens
  • Framed windscreens
Our curved boat windscreen frames are offered in
  • Aluminium
  • Polished stainless steel

Regardless of your requirements, all our curved boat windows and screens are fit-for-purpose, and fully compliant with regulations.

Curved Perspex® boat screens, windows and windshields

Looking for a new or replacement curved Perspex® screen for your boat?

At Hampshire Plastics, we are marine industry specialists, offering a range of Perspex® boat screens.

If you are looking for a stylish, durable Perspex® curved boat screen, windshield, or window, pick up the phone or send us an enquiry via our form.

Curved acrylic boat screens, windows, and windshields

Customers often come to us looking for cost-effective curved screens and windows for their boat, ribs and motorboats.

Curved acrylic boat screens are cost-effective, durable and ideal for those looking manage the costs of owning and operating a boat.

Looking for a curved boat screen, windshield or window?

Get in touch with the team today for a free quote, or to have any questions you may have, answered.

Looking for a curved boat window or windshield?

The team at Hampshire Signs & Plastics is on hand to help.

Acrylic and plastic vs glass for curved boat screens?

If you are looking for an economical, cost-effective choice, acrylic is the best choice.

Whilst glass may be more durable in the long term, it is more expensive.

Glass is considered to be a bit more of a long-term choice, or for owners of boats who are out on the water daily, as opposed to infrequently. However, for most, it can be cost-prohibitive.

Glass can be laminated to avoid is shattering if it breaks, however in most settings a well-designed and manufactured acrylic, curved boat screen, or window is a solid choice.

Ready to get in touch?

Looking for the advice of a marine plastic expert?

Contact us now by calling 023 9248 6633. Alternatively, send us an enquiry via the form below:

The HSP 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 boat windows project is covered without exception.

1

The Project Brief

2

Research

3

Concept Development

4

Sign Off

5

Design Process

6

Final Fit

Related marine plastics services

If you are looking for a curved boat window or screen, there are other services that may be of interest. They are:

Curved boat windshields & screens (windscreens) FAQs

In this section, we are running through a range of frequently asked questions around the topic of curved boat screens and windshields. They are:

  • What are curved boat screens?
  • What type of plastics are curved boat windshields and screens made from?
  • How much do they cost?
  • Is plastic or acrylic better than glass for curved boat screens?

What are curved boat screens?

Boats that don’t have a flat windshield require a curved boat screen.

The types of boats this applies to are:

  • Motor yachts
  • Utility boats
  • Ribs

When it comes to a quality curved boat windshield or screen there are a range of options.

Typically we use:

  • Acrylic
  • Marine-grade plastics
  • Perspex®

We would need to have a bit more information before providing a ballpark.

The cost will be a factor of the cost of material, design, and manufacturing time.

We offer free advice to all new potential customers so pick up the phone, give us a call, and we are on hand to help.

Curved glass certainly does look the part.

And, in some cases, it is considered more durable than plastic / acrylic over the long term.

However, for cost-conscious boat owners looking for a curved boat windshield, plastic and acrylic is a solid option.

It is durable, weather-resistant, and perfect for dealing with the elements whilst out on the sea.

As marine industry experts, we highly recommend acrylic or Perspex® as the most suitable options.

Each have their own benefits, so if your are looking for a new curved boat screen, shield or window, contact us today for more information.

Like with all purchasing decisions, there will be many factors when making the right recommendation.

Both Perspex® and acrylic are good choices, each with their own advantages.

Acrylic is highly cost-effective, and Perspex® is a highly durable material.

If you need some specific advice, contact the team today.

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