Keep Your Yacht’s Cabin Cool with Heat Blocking Window Tint
We were recently given a project that was both an honor and a welcome challenge: window tint for a 74-foot Sunseeker Sport Yacht, a large and beautiful vessel that demanded only the finest window film. Window film for boats and yachts in the Fort Lauderdale area is a must have, largely to keep interior temperatures down. The hot Florida sun beams down from above and reflects off the water and, when it fills a boat’s cabins, it can make the interior spaces so hot they are uncomfortable and even unsafe. The marine window tint for yachts we used guarantees high rejection of hot infrared light, keeping this Sunseeker much cooler, despite its name.
Marine Window Tint For Your Yacht Reduces Glare
Another reason window film for boats and yachts is so important is glare reduction. That same light coming from the sky and off the water can severely limit the captain’s visibility, and that makes steering the boat safely much harder, especially in close quarters near shore or pulling into the marina. Window tint can also reduce the damage shore lights do to night vision when you’re underway after dark. And on a less grave note, reduced glare simply makes the interior spaces of the yacht or boat more pleasant for all aboard.
Protect Your Passengers From Harmful Ultraviolet Rays in Fort Lauderdale with Window Tint
The sun’s UV light is the chief culprit of sunburns, age spots, and wrinkles, and over the years, too much UV light exposure can even lead to skin cancer. So block the sun’s UV rays with marine window tint, which rejects more than 99% of this harmful light. Beyond protecting health, that blocked UV light will also prevent fading to the cabin’s interior, which we know the owner of this lovely 74-foot yacht will appreciate.