The transformation is complete, this Hamilton half cabin project has been one of our largest and ongoing projects. You may have seen the previous posts with updates along the way showing the progress. This post covers the final finishing and installing of the ‘bling’! At the last moment the owners chose to go with Eva […]
Windscreens are an important part of a trailer boat but they only have a limited life span. This windscreen is off a Nipper 525 we refurbished last year and after tidying up the boat it showed up the condition of the old windscreen. The owner asked to get it refurbished which involved disassembling it and […]
You may remember one of our customers brought in his Nipper 525 Pro for a good work over. Continuing with his project on this boat, he requested the windscreen to be reconditioned. This began with stripping it down, preparing the frame, priming and re painting in gloss black, cutting new dark grey acrylic panels and […]
Every now and again we get a curly little job come in. This customer had just bought his brand new center console Barcrusher but it wouldn’t fit in the garage, the console windscreen was about 6 inches too high! The first thought was to trim the acrylic windscreen and side plates down but then on […]
This Sailfish 2660 custom enclosed windscreen project has now been completed. We have been waiting for the custom-made side and center panels from the supplier since our last post. The panels were made from our Cad templates and fitted perfectly. With the top and bottom flanges screwed in position and all surfaces bonded in with […]
This US made Sailfish 2660 had the original low half windscreen mounted at an awkward height. The owner could not see well due to the top bar being set at eye-height and he complained that it was a safety hazard. We discussed options, one of which was to make a composite bottom mount plate to […]
The owner of this Sundance 5m boat wanted it converted to a centre console configuration. It sounds easy enough however there’s a bit in it! Firstly cutting the deck back to desired shape and size, continuing the moulded profile through without any deflection and then building the structure back up in the original style. We […]
Hail damage hammered this windscreen on an older Quintrex. The trick was finding a supplier who could mould the acrylic to match the old screen. A local company did a great job of reproducing the clear acrylic. We refitted the screen with press studs and other fittings, all replaced with new stainless fasteners.