Tinting the windows of your boat comes with some serious benefits, but those benefits come at a cost. Nothing is free, and tinting the windows of a boat will cost you some money, but the amount depends largely on the size of the boat, the number of windows to be tinted and their complexity.
A Low Cost Tint
Smaller windows that have a flat shape are simple to tint and won’t cost too much to have done. These windows will often fall between $50 and $100 to do. Boat owners that want simple windows like this done shouldn’t pay too much more than that for the work.
When having windshields and other large windows done tinting prices go up notably. Windshields are more difficult to do and they take more material. For this type of work boat owners should expect to pay between $150 and $300 depending on the size and complexity of the window. The price will vary dramatically and you should be prepared to pay at either side of the range for your boat.
A complex tint is performed on a curvy or more difficult shaped window. This process is more time-consuming, requires more expensive materials and isn’t as much fun for the company to do. This type of project often costs between $200 and $500 depending on what needs to be done and the size of the window.
Large Scale Tint
If you have a yacht or another large boat with windows that are well-above the average windshield size, you should expect to pay significantly more money for tint work. It’s difficult to pinpoint an exact amount for this type of work, but boaters should expect a price of more than $400 for these large windows because they require different supplies and techniques than the smaller windows do.
Hopefully these price ranges give you an idea of what you can expect to pay to have the windows of your boat tinted. Tinting prices vary dramatically depending on what type of boat you have and what windows you want done, as well as the type of film you want applied. Your best bet is to talk with professionals and get a quote from them for just what it’s going to cost you.