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Covermate Imperial Pro Skiff-Style Center Console Boat Cover, 19'5" max. length

Item # 80852
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Key Features

  • Skiff-Style Center Console

  • Max length: 19'5"

  • Beam Length: 93"

  • Fabric: Covermate Imperial Pro


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Our Price   $339.99
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Product Description
covermate Designed to fit skiff-style center console boats with a square bow and a flat hull. For windshield heights up to 30" above the gunwale and bow rails up to 24" high. Each cover features a sewn-in motor cover.

Super strong and easy to handle, Covermate Imperial Pro Boat Covers are made of 100% polyester 450-denier fabric that's breathable, water-repellent, and UV-resistant. Imperial Pro Covers have an exclusive venting system that offers extra protection against mildew. Tough enough for trailering, all Covermate Semi-Custom Boat Covers are tight fitting with a unique over/under tie-down system that delivers "no flap" trailering. A reflective strip at the back provides added safety when trailering, day or night. Double-stitched, double-ply seams combined with sewn-in reinforcement panels at high-wear points provide added strength and durability. Covermate Semi-Custom Boat Covers come with quick-release buckles, straps, and a unique mesh storage bag for convenience. 5-year limited warranty. For Free Covermate Fabric Sample Card, please call 1-800-334-6541 (item #19976).

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