All fabrics are designed for marine use. All fittings and hardware are rust ad corrosion resistant, even in salt water. They are sewn with heavy polyester thread to give a long life, even in tropical sun.
DRY SAIL COVER – Cover the entire deck with the mast up. Designed for use while the boat rests on the trailer. Most classes use the boom as a ridge pole. Special features include hooded vents, chafe patches at deck fittings, forestay and goose neck, and cutouts for stays with zipper access. A mast hole with a collar, draw rope in hem and lacing loops keep the cover weather tight and securely in place. Standard cover with a 6” drop provides excellent protection from sun, rain, and debris. Water line (chine) length covers provide additional protection and are available for most classes.
FLAT TOP COVER – Combination dry sail / trailing top cover. Use with the mast up or down. Special features include chafe patches at deck fittings forestay and goose neck. Cut outs for mast and stays may be closed when not in use. A mast hole with a collar, draw rope in hem and lacing loops keep the cover weather tight and securely in place. Well suited for use as a regatta cover. For long term storage, a dry sail cover is recommended due to better ventilation and “tent” style design to allow for rain water runoff.
ONE PIECE TRAILING COVER – A zippered bag into which the boat is placed for trailing or storage. Special features include chafe patches at deck fittings, centerboard, gudgeons and traveler car. Usually will require two people or a hoist to install. The bow is inserted into the cover, then it is worked under the boat until the transom can be covered. Generous “u” shaped zipper allows easy access for gear storage. Cross tie loops provide tension for trailing and loops to tie to mast as external ridge. Very popular in some classes, however, it is not as snug fitting as a two-piece cover.
TWO PIECE TRAILING COVER – Separate covers for top and bottom will provide the best fit and flexibility. Special features include chafe patches at deck fittings, traveler car and bow. Either half may be used alone. Bottom cover is worked under boat using a hoist or two people and laced from sheer to sheer. Draw rope in the hem and loops to provide proper tension. Top cover has no provision for mast or stays. It is placed over bottom cover when both are used. Draw rope in the hem and loops for lacing under the boat. Top loops are provided to tie to mast for use as external ridge.
RUDDER COVER – Provide scratch and ding protection for critical foils during travel. The blade should be clean and dry before insertion into cover. Close with snaps or Velcro. Featuring exclusive Blade-Guard II material.
COCKPIT COVER – Covers the cockpit area of the deck only. Typically, the boom is used as a ridge pole. Secure to snaps or eye straps under rub rail. Special features include chafe patches at goose neck and outhaul fittings, a mast collar and #10 vislon zipper. Open end design provides excellent ventilation and protection from sun, rain, and debris. Ease of installation make this a popular cover for use while mooring.
MAST COVER – A zippered fabric tube protects the mast while trailing. Access points provided for spreaders and stays. Helps to keep halyards and standing rigging clean. Reduces damage to finish due to chafe while trailing. A red trailing flag included.
** CUSTOM COVERS AVAILABLE! **
- O’ Day Sailer
- Blue Jay
- Flying Scot
- Rhodes 19
- Mariner 2 + 2
- Rhodes Bantam
- Bulls Eye