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boat covers

Carver and Westland are industry leaders with decades of experience designing and manufacturing custom boat covers. Both offer boat covers with an array of high-quality fabrics, extensive fit options and the best warranties. Need boat covers that will stand up to heavy winter snow? See our Navigloo Boat Shelters.

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Carver Boat Covers Logo

  • Reinforced, double-stitched seams with no raw edges
  • Breathable fabrics combat mildew
  • 7 fabric choices with up to 20 color options
  • ALL products & materials made in USA
  • FREE tie downs & storage bag with every cover

Westland Boat Covers Logo

  • Soft, reinforced hems & wear points
  • 2 vents in each cover provide mildew-discouraging air flow
  • 4 fabric choices with up to 12 color options
  • FREE tie-downs with custom covers
  • Made in North America
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boat cover help guide

Not sure where to start? Our help guide explains some of the most important factors to consider when shopping our boat covers for sale. If you still have questions, please contact us for help.

Custom Fit:
Custom boat covers are made for a specific boat model
  • Provides an exact fit for your specific make and model of boat
  • Excellent option for towing on a trailer
Semi-Custom Fit:
Semi-custom boat covers fit a certain style of boat
  • Can fit multiple boats of the same hull style
  • Great option for trailering when properly secured
Universal Fit:
Universal boat covers fit many boat styles in a given size range
  • Fits a variety of boats within a given size range
  • Great storage option, not recommended for trailering unless the fit is fairly tight
How to measure a boat for a cover
  1. You will need to know the centerline length (from tip to tail) and beam width (side to side at the widest point) of your boat.
  2. Measure the entire distance in a straight line without measuring up or around obstacles or by following the curve of the boat. Don't rely on an owner's manual for accurate measurements.
  3. Factor in the dimensions of any additional features that will affect the cover such as a trolling motor, center console, jack plate or aftermarket pulpit, anchor davit, or swim step*.

*If you have a swim step, measure just for the length of the step. You will add this length to the centerline length or keep it as a separate measurement for covers that fit the swim step.

Video Guide: How to Measure Your Boat for a Cover
Fabric Comparison Chart
Fabric Name
Water Repellency
Mildew Resistance
UV/Fade Resistance
Warranty (years)
Overall Rating
SunDura 4 4 5 5 5 5 7 4.67
Sharkskin Supreme 4 5 4 4 4 5 7 4.33
Performance Poly-Guard 5 4 5 4 4 5 5 4.50
Poly-Flex 5 4 5 3 4 4 2 4.17
Mossy Oak® Camouflage 5 4 5 4 3 4 5 4.17
Sharkskin Plus (acrylic coated polyester) 3 4 4 4 3 4 5 3.67
Sharkskin 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3.00
Double Duck (cotton/poly blend) 5 3 3 3 4 4 3 3.67
Boat Duck 5 3 3 3 4 3 1 3.50

Rating Scale: 5 = Premium | 4 = Very Good | 3 = Good | 2 = Fair | 1 = Poor

Best Cover Fabric by Climate
Cold & Dry Intense UV Hot & Dry Saltwater Humid
Sharkskin Supreme
Sharkskin Plus
Double Duck
Boat Duck

Keep your boat cover from sagging and collecting snow and water build up that can cause tearing, mold and mildew. Even fabrics recommended for humid environments will need extra ventilation.

Standard boat cover support pole Vented boat cover support pole Strap boat cover support system Hangtyte boat cover support system
Standard Support Pole Vented Support Pole Strap Support System Hangtyte Support System
Adjustable support pole grips the boat deck and cover via snaps or rubber caps
Carver: 22"-70"
Westland: 30"-57"
Adjustable support pole inserted to vents in the cover

Carver: 22"-70"
Westland: 30"-57"
Three-way strap supported
by a single pole
Support cover using the boat's tower with this clamshell, rope, and ratchet system
Ideal for wet weather Ideal for hot, humid weather Ideal for snowy weather Ideal for wet weather
Multiple support poles required for covers over 14' long Two systems needed for boats over 28' in length Multiple systems may be used for larger boats
How to install boat cover tie down straps
    1. Thread the buckle end of the strap through the loop on the cover from back to front.
    2. Pull buckle end out about a foot and tie with an overhand knot.
    3. Wrap the long end (without the buckle) down around the beam on the trailer from back to front.
    4. Continue to take the end up and thread it through the buckle from back to front.
    5. The strap is now fully adjustable by pulling on the loose end of the buckle to tighten.
For Mildew

1 cup Vinegar
1 cup Borax
2 cups warm water

Mix and apply to mildew spots, letting it sit for no more than 10 minutes.
Scrub with a soft bristle brush and rinse well, allowing the fabric to dry completely.

For General Cleaning

¼ cup Dawn dish soap
1 gallon water

Fully wet the fabric and then scrub it down with a soft brush or cloth.
Give your boat cover a good rinse, and allow the fabric to fully dry.

Get tough spots clean with Fabric and Vinyl Cleaner.

Apply Fabric Guard to the clean, dry surface to protect your boat cover from the elements and extend its life.


Put in washer and dryer
Use powerful cleaners like bleach or detergent

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