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Custom-Fit Personal Watercraft Covers

 

 



Premium custom-patterned covers provide maximum protection and are loaded with features that make the covers easy to use. Covercraft covers protect against ultraviolet (UV) damage, bird droppings, tree sap and air pollutants - elements that can ruin the finish of an expensive watercraft. Designed for use while trailering, choose from three marine-tested fabrics that will protect the body, paint and graphics from the elements. These materials are made using stable dying processes to assure the color won't transfer to the watercraft, a problem that can occur with low-quality cover fabrics.

 




 

 

 


 

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A preferred fabric in the marine industry, Sunbrella is made from solution-dyed woven acrylic fibers that provide almost 100% UV opacity to stop UV rays from reaching the gel-coat, graphics, rubber and seating material on your watercraft. The solution-dyed process is eco-friendly because the color goes into the polymer BEFORE the fibers are extruded, so the color is solid throughout the woven fabric. Sunbrella is very fade resistant and that's why you'll see it in marinas used for sail covers, bimini tops and boat enclosures, and it's also used for most high-quality outdoor furniture, patio umbrellas and awnings. The acrylic fibers naturally resist moisture, rot and mildew - for maximum long-term UV protection Sunbrella is the best choice! Sunbrella covers carry a five-year limited warranty to the original purchaser. (Covercraft will repair or replace any cover that becomes unserviceable during normal use - subject to factory inspection.)

 

 

 

Ultra'tect™ was developed from the need for a cover that would retain its color and strength during extended outdoor exposure, while providing a high degree of water resistance and UV protection at a reasonable price. Ultra'tect is made from solution-dyed WeatherMax® SL fabric. Ultra'tect is a high-performance fabric at a moderate price - easy to use, easy to clean, great UV resistance, good breathability and excellent fade resistance.

 

Features & Benefits

  • All stress seams are overlapped and double stitched for superior strength.
  • Strong, bar-tacked tie-down loops secure cover on watercraft for trailering (rope not included).
  • The underside of the cover has heavy-duty, double layer reinforcement panels in high abrasion areas.
  • There are reinforced openings for trailer pins and security straps.
  • An adjustable, heavy-duty, multi-strand shock cord is sewn around the entire hem.
  • Reflexite® safety reflector strips are sewn on the back end of the cover to give additional warning notice when
    the watercraft is moored or on a trailer. (Reflexite meets both Federal and USCG specifications.)
  • Behind the handlebars, along the top of the cover, there is a non-scratch, corrosion-free access zipper for vest and wet suit storage. There is also a sewn-in quick-dry mesh bag, with hook & loop closure, for storing gloves, goggles and other small items.
  • Zippered gas cap access panel allows fueling while the watercraft is on a trailer.

 

quality

strong seams

reflectors

reinforced

tie towns

openings

gas flap

wet bag

             

 

 

Questions & Answers

Q - Are these covers "waterproof"?
A - No, non-breathable waterproof covers will trap moisture under the fabric. It then gets forced into the gel-coat and and can wreck the finish. Watercraft are designed to get wet, water won't hurt them - it's the UV, bird droppings, tree sap and pollutants that damage the paint, graphics, rubber seals, seat material, etc.

Q - Then what does "water resistant" mean?
A - These fabrics use synthetic fibers that naturally resist absorption of moisture. This means the cover will dry quicker when wet because water won't get "inside" the fibers like it will on other fabrics like cotton canvas. Our fabrics are breathable - they dry quickly and won't trap moisture, heat or vapors under the cover.