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Old 10-08-2017, 05:49 PM
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Can you please provide a quote on a cover for this. Does not have a t-top

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Originally Posted by apm4471 View Post
Can you please provide a quote on a cover for this. Does not have a t-top

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Thanks for your email!

We have a styled-to-fit cover listed for the 2016 model and it doesn't look like the dimensions or hull design of the boat have changed. As long as the outboard motor is mounted directly on the transom and your trolling motor (if applicable) does not add length, I would recommend this cover:

https://www.boatcoversdirect.com/pro...BAY_238_36859/

Where are you located and what are your main concerns for protection? I'm happy to provide you with a cost including a 10% THT member discount on your material of choice.

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I’m in Charlotte area but boat travels between here and the coast and stays down there at times. Main concern is protecting cushions and not having dirt sitting
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I’m in Charlotte area but boat travels between here and the coast and stays down there at times. Main concern is protecting cushions and not having dirt sitting
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It sounds like any of these materials would work well for your needs. Considering your area, I would recommend the Poly-Guard material as it's best for breathability. This fabric is also very strong for travel. Your price for the poly-guard material would be $447.20. Of course, Sunbrella is the best material in the marine industry, so that would be an excellent choice as well! This cover would run you $691.84 with the THT discount.

Let me know which cover you decide or if you have any other questions!

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