A boat hull liner is the material attached to the inside roof of the cabin of a boat which is similar in nature to that of a car headliner. The Attachment of hull liners can be achieved in a variety of ways such as gluing carpet or special marine material directly to the boats inside roof. Hull liners can also be made of molded wood strips with materials stapled to it.
Most hull liners are installed in boats during the manufacturing process while the deck is still a separate piece yet to be attached to the hull. This makes the installation of a hull liner a relatively simple aspect of the production process. However, once the boat or yacht has been completely put together, the installation of a new hull liner is anything but simple. Installing a new hull liner can be a very labor intensive process due to the many obstacles involved. Often, space to work is extremely cramped due to floor to ceiling height, cabinets, bathrooms and beds.
As difficult as it may be, at All Star Upholstery we have the extensive experience, proper tools, natural aptitude and artful eye required for the installation of an exquisite hull liner that will adorn and compliment the rest of your cabin interior. What’s more, is we have the working knowledge and abilities to create one-of-a-kind hull liners by means of combining designer materials with wood or stainless steel trim as well with the installation of hidden speakers, special lighting and overhead handrails.
Boat/Yacht/Marine Hull Liner Materials Options:
- Marine Carpet
- Marine Hulliner Stretch Carpet
- Designer Fabrics
- Perforated Leather
- Ultra Leather
- Alcantara Suede
- Anti-Microbial Materials
- High-Temp Industrial Adhesives
- Stainless Steel Hardware
- Nautolex Marine Headlining
Additional Hull Liner Related Installation Options:
- Teak Trim Moldings
- Hidden Speakers
- Overhead Hand Rails
- Sound Deadener
- Service Access Hatches
- Air Conditioning – Hidden Ducting