Protect your Inflatable Boat with one of Carver or Westland's semi-custom boat covers. Available in an array of quality fabrics and color choices, these styled-to-fit boat covers are designed to accommodate all popular hull styles and boat configurations of Inflatable Boats.
These covers are highly fitted to accommodate the primary characteristics of the Inflatable Boat style and size, which allows for trailering when properly installed and tied down. A great alternative to a Custom boat cover! Our semi-custom dinghy covers are tailored to fit most styles of inflatable boats. To find just the right inflatable boat covers, check the sizes and features listed on the left that match your boat's configuration.
Inflatables are as varied as almost any kind of watercraft. Some have square or round bows and some even have transoms made of fiberglass or wood. Inflatables use pontoons (inflatable tubes) on the side to provide flotation. These boats are used for a montage of reasons whether recreational or commercial. Inflatables can be small or large, luxurious or plain.
Size: 8 – 30 feet
Propelled by: Outboard Engine, Jet Propulsion
Mercury - Stealthcraft - Sea Eagle - AB
How to Measure Your Boat For A Cover
Before purchasing inflatable boat covers, it's extremely important to measure your boat properly to ensure you have accurate dimensions. Ordering the wrong size inflatable boat tops can lead to poor performance, premature wear, bagging and sagging, and overall frustration when trying to put it on your boat. But measuring your boat is quick and easy if you follow our helpful instructions!
Measure the centerline length Measure from the tip of the bow to the center of the stern in a straight line without measuring up or around obstacles.
Measure the beam width Measure your boat side-to-side in a straight line at the widest point (outside to outside), without measuring up or around obstacles.
Don't rely on the owner's manual to provide accurate measurements
Be sure to include the entire length, factoring in the dimensions of any additional features such as a trolling motor, center console, jack plate, aftermarket pulpit, anchor davit or swim step.*
*If you have a swim step, measure for the length of the step only. You can add this length to the centerline length for your boat cover, or keep it separate if you intend to buy a separate swim step cover.
Want to see how to measure your boat? Check out this quick video from SavvyBoater.