Yes. I have been looking at this page but they cannot say if they will fit over a Goiot hatch. They suggested I contact the Ocenaair UK distributor but I am not holding my breath until I am able to measure the inside dimensions.
I tried to locate a Lewmar screen for the forward head on our SO42Ds but they were discontinued. I then made it my life's mission to locate a new spring that had broken so I could repair the old blind. Once again, I was disappointed to learn such a spring is very difficult to find. In fact I failed in my attempts.
I then researched other blinds and found the Oceanair SRS-10-W was a direct replacement. It also required the plastic trim ( Part number SL5-SRS-PVC) to go between the blind and the hatch to finish it nicely.
This is the original blind.
This is the state of the old blind when removed.
This is the broken spring I failed to be able to replace.
The new Oceanair blind comes as a group of parts to be assembled. Assembly is very easy.
This is the assembled blind with plastic trim installed to go between the blind and the hatch for a nice finish. The plastic trim needs to be cut to length and cut to the correct height. You can see the joiner in the photo.
The finished installed blind. In fact I think it looks better than the original.
This is not the only Lewmar item that is discontinued on our yacht. We have a backlit, pushbutton sheet winch control button that has the push button worn through. I tried to purchase a new one. No such luck. Lewmar has discontinued this type of button and it is no longer available. It can be replaced with one that does not fit the existing cutout. Very disappointing.
Yes they are a Dometic product. They fit the Lewmar hatches perfectly so I am just glad someone took over from Lewmar to supply a way forward. I don't think too expensive as the one I purchased was AU$147 and the plastic trim was another AU$21. Not badly priced for a marine product and well worth the price to resolve a difficult issue.
Our 39i has oceanaire screens on our Lewmar hatches. They work well, but are fragile. A couple are slightly kinked so you have to open them carefully and make sure they "accordion fold" properly. If I were to replace them I would look for the newer roller style blinds.
The blind I used did not have the "accordian fold" but rather simply had straight material for blackout and fly screen on a spring loaded roller. I know the accordian style as we have these in our caravan and they are quite fragile but the one I fitted seemed reasonably robust.