Custom Boat Railing
Standard Rails consist of aluminum tubing welded to the lower deck and screwed to the top deck. They are typically covered with canvas or mesh material or Durabond which has a smooth white painted finish on a thin aluminum skin. An option for the pipe rails is a cruiser rail which is an additional oval shaped rail installed above the top rail which provides a hand rail.
Star Houseboat Yacht rails on the bottom level are made of the same material as the hull (3/16” aluminum) and are a continuation of the hull. They are approximately 2 ½” thick. We utilize a door to match instead of gates made of pipe. The rails are then faired and painted white and a stainless steel hand rail is installed on top. As you look through the pictures of our boats, you will notice that most of our boats have the aluminum solid yacht railing on the back. This helps to give our boats the signature yacht look on the back deck. On the top deck, the upgrade to the standard rails is an aluminum box rail system similar to what has been described with a stainless hand rail on top. The bottom of this rail system sits flush with the roof providing a continuous rail look as you would see on any yacht.