At Eagle Boat Windows, we offer a range of parts and spares that meet
the needs of boat owners whether it be a quick repair or a refurbishment
of a sliding window. Below are the basic categories of parts that we offer
and we encourage customers to contact us to discuss their application
so that the correct part can be supplied.
• Closed Cell Neoprene seals. These sponge type seals are used in
opening windows to ensure a watertight seal when the window is closed.
Typically, we stock thicknesses from 3mm to 18mm in various widths, with
or without an adhesive backing.
• Channelling for Sliding Windows. We stock three sizes of flock
channelling, and each is designed to offer a smooth action to your sliding
window. We normally send out samples for owners to try on their windows
before the order the appropriate amount.
• Weatherstrip and Seals for Sliding Windows. Weatherstrips come
in two styles – a blade with a “bulb” or an extruded
section. Again, we can send out samples for customers to assess first.
• Herzim Trim. This is the plastic trim that locates in a channel
on the outside of the window frame and covers the screws. We supply it
in 11mm and 12.7mm widths.
and Port seals
• We have stock of commonly used rubber and neoprene seals for most
makes of hatch. Please call or e-mail us with your requirements –
don’t forget the age and size of your hatch.
• Self tapping screws – we have a wide range of stainless
steel self tapping screws with various head types (including pan head
and countersunk). If we do not have the size you require, we can order
it for delivery usually within 48hours.
• Machine screws – we mainly stock two thread sizes: M4 and
M5. With a range of lengths and head styles, we can normally provide
the exact part you require from stock.
• Inter-screws. These are the threaded sleeve nuts that are attached
to the trim ring on the inside of your boat. We stock the same threads
as the machine screws above, and the inter-screws come in 2 different
lengths – approx 6mm and 10mm.
• Dome & Nyloc Nuts and washers – we stock a range of
metric and imperial stainless threaded nuts and washers to suit. Please
contact us to discuss your requirements.
We strongly recommend and supply a non-setting, non-adhesive butyl based
compound for bedding in windows, hatches and other deck fittings. The
advantages for using this type of compound include:-
• The joint between the window and boat remains moist and therefore
allows for some movement that would typically occur during sailing or
due to differential expansion rates (particularly important where a Perspex
window is screwed directly onto the side of a boat)
• If you discover that your window is not fixed down enough, you
can tighten it further to improve the seal and remove any excess when
• The compound is non adhesive and therefore will not damage your
boat if the window or hatch needs to be removed.
• The product has a very long service life within the tube and can
be used for other sealing jobs in the future.
• It is easy to remove as it hardens when exposed to air. Any moist
compound can be removed with White Spirit and a soft cloth.