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Boat Blinds International

Boat Blinds International

Boat Blinds International is the foremost expert worldwide in designing and fabricating marine window systems and treatments for boats and yachts of all sizes: Custom Yacht Blinds, Custom Boat Blinds, Marine Window Systems, PortLight Covers, Boat Window Coverings, Windshield Blinds.

Our window treatments are developed and manufactured from raw materials selected from the highest quality manufacturers for durability in the marine environment. These components are crafted and assembled for a perfect fit to the exact dimension and shape of the window.

Remote controlled motorized treatments are a very requested addition to our finished products; be they cellular shades, sheer shades, Roman shades or blinds.

The windows are the most important part of the yacht interior – the focal point. Historically angles and beautiful woodwork have been concealed with drapery and lambrequins, the result was an uncontrolled appearance of light and view. Our window treatments allow light and privacy control as well as an open bright interior while complementing the interior decor.

888-771-5309
Florida
United States
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