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Posted by member steve Hogwood on Friday 15 March 2019

Hi Peter, I have just looked at the Seaglaze web site, I have a Hardy Regatta which has similar side windows to yours with the glass set in rubber rather like windscreens on older cars although I have no leaks I have thought about sliding windows for a while until I made and fitted an acrylic section in the roof hatch.but until the time when the window seals leak I will stick with them. TheSeaglaze windows that will be required would be the mitred type which is a mechanical joint and could be prone to leaks.
I have just enlarged the picture of your cabin and it is the same as mine.
I had a bit of a job navigating the Seaglaze website and couldn’t find the series you are referring to.

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Posted by member peter stockley on Thursday 7 March 2019

* I would like to put Seaglaze sliding windows in the cockpit of my Seawings 194, approx. £500 for each window. I like series 2 and 10, don't like the look of series 5. Has anyone else have a preference?
Peter Stockley

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