Bunk / Berth Curtains

RECMAR Products offers bunk / berth curtains made to your exact specifications. Berth curtains are commonly used on boats and ships, in oil rig living quarters, on buses and RVs, in dormitories and barracks, and even in homes. RECMAR has supplied berth curtains to a wide range of customers, including the US Navy and US Coast Guard.

Our berth curtains are always constructed from flame retardant material for safety. Berth curtains are typically flat panels with 10-15% fullness to provide full coverage and light blocking capability. A range of fabrics and colors are available, including the popular Eclipse fabric that blocks 99% of light, serving as black out curtains without the incremental cost of lining the bunk curtains. The berth curtains can be configured with a variety of headers, allowing you to attach your curtain to virtually any type track: grommets, button holes, snap tape, tab tape, glide tape, or sew on carriers. Depending on the fabric selected, most berth curtains are machine washable and easy to remove and re-install. Tie backs, Velcro closures, and other options are also available. If you can specify your bunk curtain, RECMAR Products can deliver it.

Bunk curtains sets can be constructed to provide privacy and light blocking capability on a single side of a bunk, or to provide bunk coverage on the head or foot of the bunk as well. Bunk curtains on the long side of the bunk can be constructed in a single panel, or split into two panels that meet in the middle. End stops can be utilized to anchor curtains at specific positions along the track as well to customize the movement of the curtains.

When requesting a quote, please have the following information ready: Height and Width of area to be covered, Type of track being used with the bunk curtain, Header Type, Fabric preference, Color preference, and delivery timeframe required. Fire Retardant (FR) requirements should be specified where applicable. Also indicate any other special requests.

Curtain Track hardware is also available, either for new installations, or to replace components that may have been lost or damaged during past use. Curtain tracks hardware used with bunk curtains is typically aluminum or vinyl track to avoid rust or corrosion. Accessory components are typically plastic or stainless steel, also extend product life in marine environments.