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Old 11-14-2018, 12:00 PM
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Huge long shot but wondering if anyone has a full cover for a 33-36 foot boat they’re sitting on.

heres a picture, ideally would like something 33’ long and 11+ ft wide
Old 11-14-2018, 06:03 PM
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I have a full cover for a 34' center console that came with the boat when I bought it. I'll dig it out this weekend if you're interested and get some measurements for you if you think it will work.(?)
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Sure - doesn’t need to fit like a glove.
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Thanks Kevin - texted you
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I love the lines on your boat!
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I love the lines on your boat!
X2, what is it?
Old 11-18-2018, 06:11 AM
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Thanks guys. It’s cold molded by shearline boatworks
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Would a full cover like that actually go over the center console or would it be cut around it? I'm asking because I have a 30 foot bow rider with a radar arch and have been struggalingah to find any cover that actually covers the entire boat PLUS radar arch. I don't mind taking the radar itself off to put the cover on, it's easy and takes 30 seconds but definitely need something that goes over the entire boat including the arch. Seems like most manufacturers have cutouts at both base of the arch. That sucks and always lets in water not matter how tight. It needs to cover the entire boat. Any suggestions would be super helpful.
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I’m looking for a full cover to go over everything. More for winter use than anything else. Would like need a few supports underneath
Old 11-19-2018, 05:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Hatem View Post
Would a full cover like that actually go over the center console or would it be cut around it? I'm asking because I have a 30 foot bow rider with a radar arch and have been struggalingah to find any cover that actually covers the entire boat PLUS radar arch. I don't mind taking the radar itself off to put the cover on, it's easy and takes 30 seconds but definitely need something that goes over the entire boat including the arch. Seems like most manufacturers have cutouts at both base of the arch. That sucks and always lets in water not matter how tight. It needs to cover the entire boat. Any suggestions would be super helpful.
Is this your boat? 2010 Chaparral 276ssx . I might have a pattern on file and can offer you a Fisher Winter Storage Cover that goes over the arch and down to the waterline. The radar would have a pocket so you would not have to remove it. Interested? Email or call me darren@pmwinterboatcovers.com 856-857-7475
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? Not sure who you're asking Darren? I started the thread, looking for a possible cover for my 32 shearline (pic above)
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Originally Posted by OIReelKeeper View Post
? Not sure who you're asking Darren? I started the thread, looking for a possible cover for my 32 shearline (pic above)
Yeah sorry about that. He was kindly replying to me since I jumped in on your thread and asked about my boat. Hope you don't mind.

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Is this your boat? 2010 Chaparral 276ssx . I might have a pattern on file and can offer you a Fisher Winter Storage Cover that goes over the arch and down to the waterline. The radar would have a pocket so you would not have to remove it. Interested? Email or call me darren@pmwinterboatcovers.com 856-857-7475
Thank you, man. Yes that is my boat how did you know?! :D I will send you an email, thanks again. I did get her shrink-wrapped yesterday but I don't want to go through that every year from here on out. Tired of it.
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Originally Posted by OIReelKeeper View Post
Sure - doesn’t need to fit like a glove.
That would be the "OJ" Special.
A CC cover you might have a shot, this beauty? Ennghh, Lotto ticket maybe.
Can you say, shrink wrap?
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Originally Posted by Parker Yacht View Post
That would be the "OJ" Special.
A CC cover you might have a shot, this beauty? Ennghh, Lotto ticket maybe.
Can you say, shrink wrap?
I wish we could shrink it....it's painted, so as a start, we can only go to rub rail. Problem is, on this 'rub rail' the stainless insert is basically inset to the glass so there's no thick rubber from rub rail to tape too...those carolina boys don't really think about northeast winters

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