100% waterproof. Offers UV protection. Includes a heavy-duty shock cord hem that ensures the cover fits most boats. Straps and buckles keep cover secure.
More expensive than comparable boat covers.
Comes in a variety of colors and sizes that fit boats 14 feet to 22 feet in length and with a beam width of up to 100 inches. Water repellent. UV- and mildew-resistant. Has rear vents to limit moisture buildup. Made from 300-denier marine-grade polyester fabric. Comes with straps and a mesh storage bag.
Some reports of this option not fitting as advertised (fits odd, is too small).
Constructed of 600-denier polyester. Made for smaller utility and fishing boats, 14 feet to 16 feet long (up to 75-inch beam). Good for storage and towing. Comes with a storage bag, support pole, and straps. Sturdy and durable. Strapping system works well.
Cover is not waterproof. Some buyers report issues with the size (too small) and quality (color fades fast, rips).
Fits a wide variety of 12-foot to 23-foot boats (68-inch to 106- inch beam), including v-hull, tri-hull, and sailboats. Material is a silver-coated marine-grade polyester canvas. Waterproof, and resists tears, UV, and mildew. Comes with integrated straps, buckles, and a storage bag. Versatile.
Some buyers found this to be too light and thin. Arrives a bit smaller than expected, so think about ordering up a size.
Choose from several colors. Fits boats 14- feet to 24-feet, as well as beams of 68- inches to 102- inches. Made from marine-grade 600- denier polyester canvas. Fits v-hull, tri-hull, and runabout boats. Resists mildew and UV. Good quality and fit. Ships with straps, quick-release buckles, and a storage bag.
This cover can leave stains on boat padding. Reports of this cover fading and getting brittle after a few months in the sun.
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Changes in temperature and weather conditions can take a toll on your boat’s construction and finish, making a boat storage cover a necessity, no matter how often you use it. Most boat covers these days are made of polyester. Some are suited for just one boat type or size. A trailerable cover will stay on your boat when you transport it on the highway. For the best protection, the cover should be waterproof and protect against UV rays and mildew. Some boat storage covers come with a pole that you stand up at the center of your boat. This lifts the cover up to so that the heaviness of water and debris doesn’t cause the cover to cave in.