Boat Window Covers

Boat Window Covers

Boat window covers offer light control, privacy and UV protection.

They're also a great way to add a splash of nautical style.

Yacht windows can be hard to cover, especially if they're unusually shaped or have a curve radius. But that doesn't mean you can't find a solution!


There are a number of blind options for boat window covers. Some are designed to be used on curved windows.

These are usually made with a wire retention system that keeps the blinds in place. These are available in both a roller and pleated style.

They also come in a variety of colors and materials so you can find one that works well with your interior decor.

Another option is sunshades or solar shades that are specifically designed to eliminate glare from the sun. These can reduce the amount of UV rays that enter your vessel, while also keeping the inside of your boat cooler.

These sunshades are a great way to keep your crew safe on board by reducing glare and protecting their eyes from harmful UV rays. These are especially effective on bridge and wheelhouse windows.


Solar shades on boat windows are a must to reduce glare and UV rays while also reducing the temperature inside your vessel. They can also make your boat look more sophisticated and increase its value.

EZ Snap(r) Exterior Shade Mesh is easy to cut and install with no hemming or binding required. The patented EZ Snap fasteners hold up to salt water and marine weather conditions.

They work by blocking the sun’s rays before they reach your glass and can stop up to 90% of the heat from entering your boat. That’s up to 7 times better than window tint or film.

They also make your boat more private when it’s moored at a marina. Designed to work with your boat’s existing studs, they provide effective DIY solar shades for windshields, side windows and Bomar Hatches without drilling holes into your boat or window frames.


Plantation shutters are an excellent alternative to blinds, and can be made of a variety of materials. They have been a common window covering for centuries, and are a fine choice for period homes.

If you are looking for a way to control the amount of sunlight that comes into your boat, shutters may be the perfect solution. Unlike curtains, shutters can be tilted and adjusted to control the light entering your cabin.

They can also be used to keep the heat out of your boat during summer, and are a great option for privacy. They can be made of various materials, but wood is often the most popular option.

They are easy to clean and offer 100% UV protection. They are a great way to replace old dusty curtains or broken shades on your boat.


Window tints are used in boats and other transport units to reduce glare and block UV rays. The tints can be darker or lighter depending on your preference.

Tinted windows can also help prevent break-ins on the boat by making it difficult for burglars to see inside. The tints also offer a level of privacy, especially when you have the curtains drawn or are entertaining guests on board.

In addition, tinted windows provide protection against UV rays and can help reduce your cancer risk. They can also keep your interiors cooler and save on air conditioning costs.

Before applying a marine tint to your windows, make sure that they are clean and free of any residues or other debris. This is important for a good installation. Use a cleaning solution that includes water and dish soap to clean your glass. Afterward, squeegee any excess fluid from the glass. This will make it easier to position the film correctly.