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Old 06-09-2019, 11:08 AM
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Which material do you recommend for FL? Lots of humidity, lots of sun, lots of rain. Also there is an anchor pulpit with windlass, and an 8ft VHF antenna and Radar. How is that dealt with? Boat is trailered. Does the cover go completely over the top and have a way for the antenna (laid down to the back but overhanging the top) to poke through or otherwise deal with that? I'm assuming you can't drive with the cover on.
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Which material do you recommend for FL? Lots of humidity, lots of sun, lots of rain. Also there is an anchor pulpit with windlass, and an 8ft VHF antenna and Radar. How is that dealt with? Boat is trailered. Does the cover go completely over the top and have a way for the antenna (laid down to the back but overhanging the top) to poke through or otherwise deal with that? I'm assuming you can't drive with the cover on.
Hello Proaudioguy -

Thank you for your interest in our covers. For your area, I would recommend the Poly-Guard material as it's best for breathability and we've offered this material for many years with great feedback. What is the year, make and model of your boat? I am happy to check into the specific details for the cover offered for your particular boat. You mentioned having a T-Top and we offer covers to snug under it, and covers made to go over it, both styles are considered storage only though and not suitable for travel. Let me know what your boat is and I would be glad to provide you with further details.

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Hello Proaudioguy -

Thank you for your interest in our covers. For your area, I would recommend the Poly-Guard material as it's best for breathability and we've offered this material for many years with great feedback. What is the year, make and model of your boat? I am happy to check into the specific details for the cover offered for your particular boat. You mentioned having a T-Top and we offer covers to snug under it, and covers made to go over it, both styles are considered storage only though and not suitable for travel. Let me know what your boat is and I would be glad to provide you with further details.

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Sailfish 270CC with the anchor over the bow. They also have anchor thru the bow versions.




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Old 09-11-2019, 01:42 PM
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Sailfish 270CC with the anchor over the bow. They also have anchor thru the bow versions.



Thank you for your reply. Here is a link to the 27'6" cover we have listed for a 2013-2019 Sailfish 270 CC with the T-Top and Dual outboards:

https://www.boatcoversdirect.com/pro...ENGINES_35495/

This cover is designed to go over the T-Top and suitable for storage only, meaning you would not be able to travel it. If the length of your boat with the anchor should exceed this measurement, we would recommend choosing a cover based on your size from this link:

https://www.boatcoversdirect.com/pro..._fit/style/34/

Let me know which cover will work best for your needs and I'm happy to help you further!

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The boat is 26'2" plus the engines, which they say take it to 28'2", but that doesn't count the anchor. Do you think your 27'6" cover will work? Would that cover the engines? If it didn't cover the engines, would it work? What I mean is, if I choose not to cover the engines, because it isn't fitting over the engines, would it work just in front of the engines? I am at a disadvantage since I don't have any experience with this. I get the impression the style that ties on under the t-top is drier. Any thoughts on that?
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Old 09-12-2019, 07:36 AM
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The boat is 26'2" plus the engines, which they say take it to 28'2", but that doesn't count the anchor. Do you think your 27'6" cover will work? Would that cover the engines? If it didn't cover the engines, would it work? What I mean is, if I choose not to cover the engines, because it isn't fitting over the engines, would it work just in front of the engines? I am at a disadvantage since I don't have any experience with this. I get the impression the style that ties on under the t-top is drier. Any thoughts on that?
Thanks for getting back with me. The cover is intended to protect the cowling portion of your motors as well. If you choose not to cover the motors, you could tuck the cover in front of them, but it may be a little "bunchy" in that area. If you got the cover and it just didn't go over the motors, we can certainly work with you in offering motor covers separate. Since your boat measures 26'2", I would say the 27'6" cover would be the best fit for you. We have sold these covers by Carver Industries for many years with excellent feedback. It will protect the entire boat but still allow access when covered. Let me know if you have any other questions!

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Ordered. I hope it gets me through a few years at least. More importantly, doesn't mold up my boat.
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Ordered. I hope it gets me through a few years at least. More importantly, doesn't mold up my boat.
Great! Thank you for your order! I'm sure you'll be happy with the cover but definitely let us know should you need any assistance!

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Great! Thank you for your order! I'm sure you'll be happy with the cover but definitely let us know should you need any assistance!

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i received the boat cover shortly after we last chatted (2-4 weeks). I just now opened the box. All appears well. no rips or damage. There does not seem to be any way to deal with my antenna. Attached a pic for your review. Thoughts? I was expecting some kind of pass through and there is mention of this on the instructions. I have yet to strap the cover down. Thats next.

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On another important note, you only sent 12 straps but this cover requires 23 straps! I can’t finish covering the boat!!!!




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Jackie is taking care of the strap thing for me!
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Old 11-05-2019, 08:22 AM
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Jackie is taking care of the strap thing for me!

Wonderful!

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Old 11-05-2019, 08:23 AM
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Hello!

Are you able to email me a full image of this?

I will be happy to check with the cover manufacturer to see what is going on with the antenna.

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