Marinette Window Track Information
Two different kinds of window track were used on Marinette's over the years.
Boats from 1960 to 1985 - Marinette's during these years used a white plastic triple channel window track. There were 2 channels for the glass and a wider track for the screens. In late 1985 and early 1986 a black version of the plastic track was used on boats with tinted windows. Over time due to exposure to sunlight the plastic window track becomes brittle, cracks and needs to be replaced. Marinette Yachts stocks replacement plastic window track as well as an aluminum version of the plastic window track to eliminate the need for future replacement.
Boats from 1986 to 1992 - Marinette's during these years used an aluminum triple channel window track. The aluminum window track has a plastic liner in the bottom tracks for the glass and screens to slide on. Over time the plastic liners break and need to be replace. The plastic material is called Pollyglide and is available through Marinette Yachts.
More detail on window track replacement available with a NMA Membership