Tops and Enclosures
Top- A bimini top is a free standing top that provides shade
and some protection from the rain. The length can be either
six or eight feet long and the height is variable depending on customer
preference. All tops include mounting hardware and a matching
Convertible Top- A convertible top is a shade top that
connects to the top edge of the windshield across the front and
is free standing at the back. Height and length are limited
depending on the boat.
Clear Curtains- All clear curtains are made from a clear
or tinted vinyl that comes in three gauges or thicknesses and are
attached to the top with zippers and to the boat with snaps.
They are sold either as a Windshield Set, which is
one curtain across the front of the top and one on each side (three
curtains in all), or as a Windshield Only or Side
Curtain- An aft curtain attaches directly to the back edge of
the top with a zipper and angles down to the transom. This
is a fabric curtain with a clear plastic window sewn in.
Canvas- A camper canvas is a four-piece set. First there
is a second top added that attaches to the back edge of the front
top with a zipper. This top will maintain the same height
all the way to the back of the boat. Then three curtains are
added, one across the back and one on each side. Each curtain
includes a zippered window and a permanent screen. Also included
in the back curtain is a zippered doorway to match the transom door.
Spray Hood- A spray hood is a cave like shelter commonly
added to center console boats. Height and length are customized
to each boat and include a boot and storage straps.
and Deck Boat Enclosures- These enclosures can be created for
one top or for two connecting tops. They include curtains
all the way around the boat with window and screen combinations
on all curtains except the front ,which will have just a clear plastic
window. All doorways in the boat will have matching doorways
in the curtains.
Cover- A bow cover uses snaps to cover the bow area. The
cover extends under the bottom edge of the center-opening windshield
and includes a tent pole to prevent puddling.
Cover- This covers the cockpit area from the windshield to the
back of the boat. It can be attached either at the top or
bottom of the windshield and can be notched to accommodate a bimini
Mooring Cover- This covers the whole boat and can either snap
on or tie on depending on how the boat is stored. A snap-on
cover will snap to the boat just above the rubrail all the way around.
A tie-on cover will extend about six inches below the rubrail with
a skirt that has a drawstring and grommets with strings that tie
down to the trailer. All covers are reinforced to prevent
corners form wearing holes in the cover and tent poles to prevent
Console Cover- This covers just the console of a center
console boat. It is attached to the console with snaps.
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