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Old 09-15-2016, 10:50 AM
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Boat Cover Mastercraft 205 pictures - options?

It looks like I might be getting a new boat cover for my "Teal and Cranberry" 94' 205. Looking for ideas and colors that may look appropriate for my boat.

I'm thinking they'll give me around $500-$600 so would love some ideas on brand names and colors that would look OK.

My current one is grey and it's not really anything to write home about.

The vendors I've seen so far:
skiboatcovers.com
evolutioncovers.com
commercialsewing.com

Waterline or non-waterline?

I don't have a lift so it would either be in the boat slip or in the garage, so the waterline one would probably get wet quite a bit of the time. Is this an issue?

Any pics of current tarps/covers out there??

This looks to be from Skiboatcovers.com that is a waterline type style.
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Old 09-15-2016, 10:56 AM
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I don't have personal experience (yet), but when the time comes and he's still a viable option I'll be going with an evolution cover. I've heard and seen very good things from him. Likely depends on whether or not he's already done your boat though I suppose given your proximity. Other's will chime in I'm sure, but he gets my vote.
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Old 09-15-2016, 03:07 PM
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My '92 205 is a near-twin to yours. I bought a waterline cover from skiboatcovers just over 2 years ago. It fits pretty good, but not perfect. My boat is white with red, so I bought a red cover. It's been outside 24/7 for the last 2 1/2 years, so it's seen some use, and is starting to fade a little. I decided the next cover would be tan. This boat has never spent the night in the water, so getting the cover wet in the lake isn't an issue for me. However, I think the design would keep the cover pretty dry if the boat is moored. It covers the swim platform nicely.

PM me, I'd be happy to send you some pictures.
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Old 09-15-2016, 04:51 PM
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Thanks Rita, PM at you.

This is the most recent listing in here for 92' Blue color tarp. Don't know if I like it right now....
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