Boats are bound to experience wear and tear when they are exposed for any length of time. In winter, heavy rains penetrate the boats and some internal parts rust quickly, causing the boat to wear out. If the boat is exposed to a lot of sunlight in the summer, harmful UV rays will damage the internal components of the boat. A boat cover can protect your boat from rain, UV rays, snow and dirt.
The recommended boat covers that will serve you all year round are RVMasking's pontoon boat cover.
The pontoon boat cover
The pontoon marine boat cover is made of 800D polyester(much more durable than 420D/500D/600D) + waterproof PU coating + anti-UV coating, Water resistant to 4000mm, protect your V-Hull Runabouts and Bass Boats from scratch, dust, rain, snow, and UV rays.
- Easy Installastion & Portable
- Thickened 3 layers protection
- All stitching is a double seam design
Why choose a pontoon boat cover?
A pontoon boat cover is made from 100% marine grade 800 denier polyester. The material is solid and durable and will last at least three years. The material is easy to clean; therefore no dirt or satin can damage it. The tarpaulin can be used in your boat all year round without wear.
How do you choose the right cover for your boat?
The quality of the right cover for your boat should be of paramount importance. Choose a cover that protects your boat from dirt or harmful UV rays. You should also consider the durability of your boat. A good boat cover should last more than three years.
your boat size
Measure the centerline length from bow to stern. Also measure the width without the windshield. Do not measure the engine as the boat may not have buoyancy if you cover the engine with the boat cover.
Consider the climatic conditions, where you will store the boat and where it will primarily be used. Choose a breathable fabric for your boat cover if your boat stays in a hot environment. However, if your ship remains snowy in winter, choose a strong and waterproof boat to prevent it from collapsing and water from entering the boat.
Mold and mildew resistant boat covers
can sweat and grow mold and mildew in the boat if left there for a while. When choosing a boat cover, choose one that is mild and mildew resistant.
strength and durability
Because you'll be removing and replacing the cover frequently, choose a strong fabric that can stand the test of time.
Choose a polyester fabric instead of cotton fabric. Polyester is very durable and does not fade. A piece of polyester fabric is more versatile and can be dyed when fading.
What is the right thickness for a boat cover fabric?
The minimum thickness of a boat cover fabric should be 300 denier. However, experts recommend using polyester fabrics as they have a minimum thickness of 600 denier, which makes the material more durable.