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    I need a cover for a 1985 bayliner please help-gctid398837

    hello I purchased a 1985 bayliner on craigslist and love it, but i am in desperate need of a snap on cover... i have the bow cover and the original (very low) bimini top but do not have and I cant find a cover for the rest of the boat. Ive searched online but cant find one. I can find plenty of the shockcord fited covers but they are very difficult to work with and will not stay on. I really want one that snaps on and Im assuming ties into the bimini top to form a complete cover.Please assist me in finding this. I am attaching an image of the boat. iN ADDITION, im not entirely sure exactly what model bayliner I have. In know its 19.5 feetI cant drop it off somewhere to get a custom fitted one made as it is on our lake in canada and driving back to NY with it is not something i cant do.

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    #2
    yikes... 29 views and no help? any advice would be a huge blessing! please throw me a line

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      #3
      Standby, I will track down some info for you, and will report back. Congratulations on the purchase, where in Canada you located?

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        #4
        Ok, found it, fill out the request on the site, Rick Ostler should be able to help you, and he's located in Peterborough Canada.

        http://north-american-waterway.com/boating/

        Good luck.

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          #5
          awesome! you rock man!

          our cottage is on 14 island lake in Verona

          i appreciate the link!!!!

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            #6
            You might check here for the canvas top: http://www.letastopshop.com/. They are suppose to have the patterns but I am not sure if they go back far enough for our year of boats. They are suppose to be reasonably priced as well.

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              #7
              If mooring the boat at a marina you might want to consider getting a cover that snaps on and completely covers that windshield. Mine always leaked in the rain through the windows and down the dash boards until I sewed in another cover piece that went over the windshield so that is completely covered up.

              Joe

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                #8
                some rubberised tarp as used on trailers can be got on the cheap and fit poppers yourself.trim afterwards to suit.

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