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Need help selecting a boat cover? You've come to the right place! Use our helpful guides below to learn how to find the right cover
for your boat -- and how to take care of it as well. Now that's being a "savvy" boater!
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To ensure you have the right measurements, be sure to measure your boat vs. relying on owners manuals or other literature.You will need two measurements—the centerline length and beam width.
Your local weather conditions and how you want to use your cover (e.g. for indoor storage, for trailering, etc) are key to selecting the fabric for your boat cover. Making the right choice up front can mean the difference between a boat cover full of mildew and one that is just the way you left it every time you go back.
Note that lighter colors will always be more fade and sun resistant, regardless of the fabric. Want to see and touch your fabric options? Contact us to get a free fabric swatch today!
Well, let's just say that if you don't want your boat cover to sag from the weight of water and debris, to collect unnecessary mold and mildew or be vulnerable to tears and rips from unevenly distributed weight, you should have a support system for your boat cover.
A support system is a simple and inexpensive way to dramatically lengthen the life of your cover—and your boat.
All covers feature either an elastic cord or drawstring. However, in order to secure your cover during windy conditions or when trailering, you will need tie downs. Lucky for you, Savvyboater gives you a free set of tie downs with every boat cover purchase!
By purchasing a boat cover, you show a commitment to the care of your boat—why would you do any less for your boat cover?Follow these three simple steps to keep your boat cover in tip top shape.
When not in use, store your boat cover in a bag in a clean, dry place and ensure cover is completely dry before storing
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