Canvas enclosures are designed to be able to utilize the cockpit area of a boat or yacht in inclement weather. It typically consists of multiple forward window panels of eisenglass (or is it isenglass?) and aft panels that are a mix of canvas and eisenglass. These can be attached to a hardtop which is becoming more common on newer models or a bimini top made of canvas. Below are some pictures of some of our projects over the past few years.
2000 Carver 530 Voyager Pilothouse with 3 Forward Makrolon Windows
Sea Ray Sundancer 460 with 3 Forward Makrolon semi-rigid windows
Sea Ray Sundancer 460 Aft Canvas
Sea Ray Sundancer 300 Enclosure with 3 Forward Makrolon Windows
Sea Ray Sundancer Enclosure Aft – this was a new aft frame that extended out ~8′ from the arch vs the original that was the factory 3′ short frame commonly seen.
Sea Ray Sundancer 500 Full Enclosure with 3 Forward Makrolon Windows
Sea Ray Sundancer 500 Aft Enclosure – We extended the aft frame back to allow for better usage of the aft seating area vs the factory short aft bimini which extended ~3′.
Blarney Island Shuttle Boat – 2017 Marine Fabricator’s Association Award of Excellence: Powerboat – Rigid Enclosures
42 Navigator Yacht – Flybridge Enclosure with 3 Forward Makrolon Windows, Strataglass side and aft panels with Stamoid fabric
Bayliner Ciera 2855 Full Enclosure
Cruisers Yachts 3672 New Canvas – Forward Makrolon semi-rigid windows