What Makes A Boat Cover “Good”?’

What Makes A Boat Cover Good

Ever wonder what exactly makes a boat cover “good”? The answer is simple. A good cover is a cover that keeps your boat looking exactly the way you left it. A bad cover leaves you surprises when you come looking to use your boat the next day. Scratches on boat, tears in fabric, and water seeping through the cover.

Your cover should fall in line with these standards

  1. Return On Investment
  2. Easy to Understand Instructions
  3. Durability
  4. Cost
  5. Protection From The Elements

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The SealSkin 1200 cover is the best performing of all the covers on the market. It is constructed with superior 1200 denier polyester fabric, and over time it doesn’t shrink or stretch thin. The cover fits just right with incredible attention to detail. The double stitched seams with rot-proof threads provide for extra strength and water resistance. The emphasis of breathable materials in our cover ensures air circulation and prevents mildew from forming beneath the cover. The additional UV inhibitors protected against harmful UV rays that fade away the paint on my boat. A lot of people opt for a generic fit cover and forget how big those get, the cover came with a sewn in hem cord to secure the fit of the cover on the boat and straps for tailoring. To top everything off, a 10 year warranty is provided so sleep easy knowing that if your cover breaks then your entire world doesn’t break with it. You’d get another cover before you can even say Yamaha.

Boat Covers

Boat Covers

Cheap covers will do the general job, but in reality how long will they last? You can end up going through four cheap covers in one year compared to the cost of one good cover that will last you years to come!

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