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Product DescriptionManufactured from reflective silver 150-denier polyester PVC, these high-quality universal-fit mooring and storage covers offer ultimate protection from harmful UV rays. The reflective silver coating helps keep the interior of the boat cooler during those hot summer months. Covermate 150 Covers provide good water repellency plus excellent breathability while moored at the dock or in storage. Vented to prevent moisture build-up. Double-stitched double-ply construction at all seams. Sew-in elastic shock cord for a tight fit. Come equipped with adjustable "quick-release" buckles and straps for added security. Each cover includes a FREE oversized mesh storage bag. Not recommended for trailering. 2-year limited warranty.
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Q:will this fit a aquasport 20ft center console,it has bow railsAsked on 7/8/2012 by thunder Doug from long island ny
Q:will this cover work on an open bow?Asked on 8/9/2011 by Anonymous
Q:does this fit a 95 byliner 221/2 foot Capri open bow riderAsked on 4/26/2011 by jim from twin lakes wis
A:Jim - I would suggest buying the next size up. My boat is a 19.5' Stingray open bow, so I am between cover sizes too. I bought the 20-22' and am glad I did. Since you aren't buying a custom fitting cover, I would say having the extra room is better. It ensures you get enough length. However, I did not buy the frame they sell that helps shape the cover for preventing pooling of water and now I wish I had. I was able to use my canvas cover pole tents, but it was tough. Not going to do those gymnastics again next year, will buy the frame. Good luck.Answered on 12/13/2011 by BabyRay from Lake Gaston, North Carolina
Q:I have a 1979 Cobalt closed deck boat with an I/O and a swim platform. It has a little taller bow rail. What cover would be the best? And how is the durability of these covers? Are they good for only one season?Asked on 8/30/2010 by Brian from Salt Lake
A:We bought this cover for our Bayliner 1952 ( A 19 foot cuddy cabin) and it is perfect. It is generously sized so it fit over the bow rails and over the swim platform and motor. It is very well constructed and has a very nice snap on strap system to tie it to the trailer. There are even vents in the stern for air circulation. It has been on the boat through several horrendous storms and everything stayed snug and dry. It is one of the nicest covers that we have owned and for the price it would be hard to do better. I don't know how long it will last but it looks sturdy. I expect to get several years out of it, maybe longer, and for the price that is pretty good.Answered on 6/11/2011 by Sue from Rock Hill, SC
Q:How does this cover stay securely on the boat while the boat is in the water? We are concerned that if there is a storm or stiff winds they cover may come off. Please advise. Do you need to buy snaps in order to secure this cover?Asked on 7/8/2010 by Valerie from Auburn, NH
A:it comes with straps and yes, in wind, you will need to secure with straps....we tie while in hoist to the posts of hoist.Answered on 6/13/2011 by mike from white lake michigan