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    Universal winter boat covers for bigger express cruisers ? ? ?-gctid824954

    It's time to start thinking at closing up the boat for winter. I leave it in the water and have used your regular rectangular tarps to cover in as best I can.

    Are there any universal or semi custom covers made for 32' LOA x 11' beam express cruisers with a radar arch, ie; Cierra 3055? My search couldn't turn up any that would fit. A ton of RV stuff but nothing really for bigger boats. Custom covers from local canvas guys are prohibitively expensive.
    Sea Venture
    2000 3055, 5.7/B2, 18x23" props
    Cruising the PNW and beyond.
    DIYC, Riverhouse Marina
    MMSI 316029971

    Kirk
    Drinks well with others.

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    Boatcover.ca out of ladysmith. Guy is tough to deal with but does great work. Custom fit even includes you dinghy he will come to your boat to measure and come back to install. Go to web site and get your price but most likely too late for this year. I have had one for 5 years and still looks new
    John McLellan White Rock BC
    "Halifax Jack"
    1999 2855 383 stroker BII
    MMSI 316004337

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      #3
      "hfxjack" post=824982 wrote:
      Boatcover.ca out of ladysmith. Guy is tough to deal with but does great work. Custom fit even includes you dinghy he will come to your boat to measure and come back to install. Go to web site and get your price but most likely too late for this year. I have had one for 5 years and still looks new
      Correction: http://www.boatcovers.ca wrote: <br ....boatcovers.ca
      "B on D C", is a 1989 2459 Trophy Offshore HT, OMC 5.7L, Cobra OD, Yamaha 15hp kicker. Lots of toys! I'm no mechanic, just a blue water sailer and woodworker who loves deep sea fishing.
      MMSI: 367637220
      HAM: KE7TTR
      TDI tech diver
      BoD Puget Sound Anglers North Olympic Peninsula Chapter
      Kevin

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        #4
        Something that isn't snug and form fitting would not survive the winds of the winter storms. Shrink wrap? Cockpit cover?
        Esteban
        Huntington Beach, California
        2018 Element 16
        Currently looking for 32xx in South Florida
        Former Bayliners: 3218, 2859, 2252, 1952

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          #5
          "green650" post=825005 wrote:
          Something that isn't snug and form fitting would not survive the winds of the winter storms. Shrink wrap? Cockpit cover?
          Nix the shrink wrap. We had our motorsailer shrink wrapped prior to having it trucked to the PNW from FL. The moment it met the cold air and wind of the mountains, the shrink wrap froze and shattered, and that was in mid March during a fairly mild winter.
          "B on D C", is a 1989 2459 Trophy Offshore HT, OMC 5.7L, Cobra OD, Yamaha 15hp kicker. Lots of toys! I'm no mechanic, just a blue water sailer and woodworker who loves deep sea fishing.
          MMSI: 367637220
          HAM: KE7TTR
          TDI tech diver
          BoD Puget Sound Anglers North Olympic Peninsula Chapter
          Kevin

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            #6
            "hfxjack" post=824982 wrote:
            Boatcover.ca out of ladysmith. Guy is tough to deal with but does great work. Custom fit even includes you dinghy he will come to your boat to measure and come back to install. Go to web site and get your price but most likely too late for this year. I have had one for 5 years and still looks new
            Contacted them for a quote and unfortunately it's more money than I was willing to spend. Guess I'm back to building a structure and tarping it down.

            Thanx everyone for your replies.
            Sea Venture
            2000 3055, 5.7/B2, 18x23" props
            Cruising the PNW and beyond.
            DIYC, Riverhouse Marina
            MMSI 316029971

            Kirk
            Drinks well with others.

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              #7
              "CptCrunchie" post=825048 wrote:
              "green650" post=825005 wrote:
              Something that isn't snug and form fitting would not survive the winds of the winter storms. Shrink wrap? Cockpit cover?
              Nix the shrink wrap. We had our motorsailer shrink wrapped prior to having it trucked to the PNW from FL. The moment it met the cold air and wind of the mountains, the shrink wrap froze and shattered, and that was in mid March during a fairly mild winter.
              That's weird. Up here, all we do is shrink wrap them. Even with climate change, we get a few 25 below F days with strong winds and I've never seen shrink wrap shatter.
              Doug
              Hanging Loose
              98 Carver 350 Mariner
              2013-
              KRUSTY KRAB
              2001 305
              5.7 BII
              2006-2013

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                #8
                I found a site called Cover.world that can cover larger Bayliner models. Give them a call and ask for Henry.

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