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Marine Solar Screens

Type Approved Antiglare Bridge Sunscreens For Ships And Cruiseliners

As the first company in the world to obtain Type Approval for our marine solar screens, Solarglide is immensely proud of our flagship product.

Still one of our most popular products, our solar screens can be found on Celebrity Edge, Celebrity Apex, Disney Wonder and Carnival Ecstasy – and that’s just a taste of the cruise liners and ships that our products have been fitted on.

Available in four options, our solar screens are perfect for all types of vessels including luxury yachts, cruise liners and sailing boats.

What are solar screens?

If you’re new around here, that’s a great question. They’re screens, attached to the inside of windows on boats, yachts, ships, and cruise liners which reduce glare and heat. Generally installed on the bridge of a vessel, they help crews avoid heat and glare while working.

All our marine solar screens come with a seven-year warranty, are all manufactured in-house in the North East of England and are Lloyds Register Type Approved.
Fully compliant with SOLAS bridge navigational safety regulations, our solar screens will also reduce your HVAC costs while keeping your officers and crew safe and comfortable while working on the bridge.
Our tailor-made screens are made to measure to fit any shape and size window, up to 3.5m in width. Easily installed and durable, they come with a seven-year warranty as standard.

Want to know more? Our pleasure:

Reduce temperatures by up to 15°C
Reduce solar glare by up to 94%
Improved navigation for crew and passengers
Reduce maintenance and energy costs
Improved productivity for bridge crew
Clear visibility at all times / fully retractable solution
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Colour Collections:

Solarglide’s screens come in four colours:

  • Gold and Silver – with UV reflective finishes to reflect away greater amounts of heat and glare
  • Grey and Bronze – more suited to military vessels with low-mirrored surfaces to remain discreet at sea.