Recommendations for Boat Cover

 Hi Guys

Looking for recommendations for a good boat cover supplier/manufacturer to keep her out of the weather.

Cruise Craft 575. Been stored undervover all its life but have just sold house and moving.




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GK Trimmers in Canning Vale

Wed, 2020-06-17 12:36

Best, strongest and fully towable covers ......see Garry who is an absolute grump but a bloody good tradesman  

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 Justin at Polyfusion in

Wed, 2020-06-17 12:50

 Justin at Polyfusion in Carlisle made mine. Ultra tough and very good quality.


Love the West!

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Thanks Guys

Wed, 2020-06-17 13:22

 Thanks Sunshine and Sea-kem will touch base with them.

Much appreciated.


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Wed, 2020-06-17 13:40

 Last one I bout was off Ebay for a $120. Same boat Cruise craft 575



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Wed, 2020-06-17 16:16

Also got mine from eBay from Kaiser. Seems to be ok, not a snug fit like the custom ones but then I paid 10% of the price. 
it says suitable for towing but I wouldn't...


cruisecraft 625. 

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Wed, 2020-06-17 17:08

 I got one off eBay.  Mine is meant to be trailerable, but I'm never going to do's just for parking cover.


They are well built

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Wed, 2020-06-17 22:12

have the jumbo size for my Trailcraft.   Bought from Whitworths.  Water repellant and keeps UV rays away.   My experience they last about 5 years in the open but do the trick well.   As above, wouldn't try trailering it but perfect for parking cover

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Thu, 2020-06-18 10:01

I purchased a Kaiser for my 625 cruisecraft for under $200.00. As Grumpy said, they say it is suitable for towing however i wouldnt either.

The cover ripped in half with the crap weather we had in early May. The cover was 11 months old and they claimed a to have a 12 month warranty so i contacted them to enquire about. I sent them a photo and they claimed that the pvc pipe i had in the rocket launcher was most likely the cause of the cover tearing (I dont agree with that) however without argument said they would replace. About a week later the new cover arrived.

Most likley they are generic ex-China or somewhere, as a mate has the identical cover yet with a different brand name.

May not be as good as a custon cover, but does the job for now and I certainly cant complain about Kaiser Boating for their after sales service. Certainly would recomemnd Kaiser Boating.

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Fit and durability

Thu, 2020-06-18 12:08

 I currently use a Kaiser bought online for a 5.2m centre console. Fit only just OK, mainly because I have a custom fold-down canopy that is higher at the stern when folded, so raises that end of the cover up. I would not use it when towing on a trip, given the marginal fit ovrall, but fine for keeping the sun off and leave out when parked outside. I had  similar one from Whitworths before, whcih survived fine on a trip to Coral Bay years ago, and a 20' grey tarp from Bunnings before that. Seem to get around 4-5 years out of any of them, before  rips and leaks become an issue, so at around $150-200 each, maybe under $500 for about a decade of cover of the boat in the yard. However, if I wanted a perfect fit, something for cover during highway trips up north and overall superioir materials  etc, the custom is something I'd definetly  consider. In fact I am. With custom you can get nice extra features built in like breather vents, extra tie down points etc, but you pay of course.

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Cheers guys

Fri, 2020-06-19 07:16

 Cheer Guys

Appreciate all the feedback. Good to get some feedback from the end users rather than the salesman at the stores.