I'm not sure if this belongs in General Discussion or Technical... as it isn't very general and it isn't very technical... I'm replacing all of the glass on my 70' motoryacht. Currently, it has double pane (insulated) tempered glass. I'm replacing with single pane laminate as I believe laminate glass is the better option. The existing glass is privacy glass. There is no film. Heat rejection is terrible, even with the "insulated glass". In direct sunlight with an outdoor temperature of only 85 degrees, the IR thermometer shows it can get close to 130 degrees! Out of 12 windows, 5 of them have the seals broken and are fogging. I think the idea of insulated glass on a boat is terrible. I know there are "low-e" options out there, but they all have a weird mirrored metalic finish. And I don't want to look like an Azimut hahaha! I'm leaning toward installing CLEAR laminate glass an having them tinted with heat rejecting low-e 3M film. Anybody with experience have any advice?