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Old 08-15-2013, 08:38 AM
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Boat Cover and Bimini recommendations

Hey everyone, I have a 1988 prostar 190 that I just refurbished. I am looking for a nice fitting cover and bimini top for the boat (gotta keep the pine needles out of the new interior haha)

Does anyone have any recommendations?

anything would help: pictures, prices, etc.

Thanks!!

PS - I attached a couple of before and after pictures
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Old 08-15-2013, 08:44 AM
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Boat looks great.

I just ordered a waterline sunbrella form these guys for my 197. Had one for my previous 190 and it was very nice. Lots of us on this forum have used them in the past and nearly all of the reviews I've seen have been very positive.

http://skiboatcovers.thecanvasshoppe.com/
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Old 08-15-2013, 11:20 AM
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Nice effen job on the boat!! Looks awesome! Question...how much was your window tinting? Out here it's just about double then a car. Again great lookin boat!!
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Old 08-15-2013, 01:50 PM
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Westland Exact-Fit Trailerable Boat Cover

Nice looking refresh - love the tint!

You might try our Westland Exact-Fit Trailerable Boat Cover for your MASTERCRAFT 190 PRO STAR I/B (1988-1990): http://rnr-marine.com/PURCHASE.PHP?p...281988-1990%29

We have many others for Mastercraft (and much Factory OEM canvas at lowest prices on the Internet): http://RNR-Marine.com/MASTERCRAFT.shtml

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Old 08-15-2013, 03:00 PM
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For a trailerable cover, I recommend Evolution covers or Coversports Covers. No straps, no rubbing, no tent poles. I had to run mine in a virtual monsoon one night and the boat interior was bone dry on the other end.

Obviously, my boat isn't a MC, but if Brent at Coversports doesn't have a pattern, with some measurements, he can make something that will work perfectly.





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If you're not going to tow with it, don't spend the extra money. Skiboatcovers.com is popular for the standard mooring cover.
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Old 08-16-2013, 08:39 AM
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Nice restoration! Is that a new pylon or did you have your old one chromed?
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