Innovation and technology are continuously evolving and we at Glasshape® recognize the importance of developing specialty glazing products to the industries we service. As an ISO 9001 accredited corporation, providing a safe, healthy workplace while producing high quality glazing is our number one priority. With the continued growth and success we have been experiencing over the years the decision was made to undertake a substantial reinvestment back into our company. Investing in staff, new facilities and equipment is vital to maintaining steady growth and product development for years to come. This new and more efficient fabrication equipment will enable us to provide first class customer service and certified specialty glazing products to an international market.
Riviera Yachts recently launched their new flagship for its impressive fleet of premium recreational yachts. The new and deluxe 77 Enclosed Flybridge – the largest, most luxurious and most technologically advanced Riviera ever – is the result of a long and successful commitment to constant refinement and continual evolution, which has positioned Riviera amongst the leaders of its field.
The first 77 Enclosed Flybridge – christened Life Serenity – has a full range of premium options to complement her distinctive design concepts.
This is perhaps most evident even before you step aboard the new 77 series – large forward windows offer panoramic 360-degree views from the luxurious saloon deck while shapely, symmetrical and sweeping 10m x 0.5m safety glass feature panels are bonded to each side of her hull, providing an impeccable surface finish yet maintaining the strong structural integrity for which Riviera is globally renowned.
The forward windows, windscreens and the distinctive hull windows were manufactured and supplied by Glasshape® who have worked extensively with Riviera to deliver the quality glass these magnificent yachts deserve. To ensure peace of mind Glasshape® provided a specialist digital measuring service, measuring the finished hull to ensure all the glass would fit perfectly when installed.
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