Category: Sustainability in the Glass Industry

Bertram 31 Gets Full Make Over

Boat with curved glass from ProCurve Glass Design

Cooley Marine of Stratford, CT has launched a fully restored and modernized Bertram 31 yacht at the 2022 Rhode Island International Boat Show. According to President and Founder of Cooley Marine, Andrew Cooley, “The boat was rebuilt from the stringers up. We removed the original aluminum framed windows with a composite landing mullion system that could… Read more »

Bonding Glass Replaces Traditional Window Frames

New boats, as well as older boats, are taking advantage of an innovative way of glazing glass that uses special adhesives and sealants to “glue” the glass in place. This bonding process offers several advantages over traditional methods that require sturdy window frames to hold the glass in place and often limit the size of… Read more »

Sustainability Goals: A Challenge for the Marine Industry

Sustainability in the marine industry

Architects and building owners around the world are now with a global mandate to reduce or eliminate carbon emissions. This mandate is affecting the marine industry as well. What is the key to achieving zero carbon emissions in yachts and other maritime vessels? Marine Industry and Sustainability Two years ago, Superyacht published an interesting article… Read more »