Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 65
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kim1954 Boat Cover
This was my third purchase of this particular boat cover (Type A). While the life is consistently only 3 years, that is exactly the warranty and the price can't be beaten (I store it ouside which has an impact). However, this time the new cover was not as wide as in the past and shorter. It was obvious the box had been openned before and returned, possibly for the same reason. I did manage to just make it fit on my 15.5ft BassTracker (very tight) but unsure why the change. Because of the size change the transom corners do not line up with the reinforced corners of the cover and the wench is no longer under cover. I could return it, which BPS is very good about, but decided to make it work.
July 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1penfisher Great boat cover
A great cover, fits very well, is well made and looks like it will last a long time. I'm very pleased with it so far.
June 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Camphost Great campground cover
The weathersafe boat cover is a great fast cover to use while you are in the campground to keep your boat clean and dry and your stuff out of sight. The cover is extremely lightweight and it goes on fast and easy. I also use this cover over my fitted canvas cover when I store the boat.
May 28, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by DrJon Good for the price
I bought this cover because I can use bungee cords instead of the cheap plastic strap thingies that other covers use. I will use the cover for storage, and not for trailering. It seems to be pretty good for that, being lightweight and easy to manage. My boat is a 17' 6" G3 Pro 175 with 72" beam, very similar to many Trackers and other semi-V hulls. After reading the other reviews warning of short lengths, I ordered a cover for a 17 to 19 foot boat having up to 96" of beam. This cover will barely fit the length, and could never fit a 19' boat, no matter what the catalog says. My cover is a size D, and I wish it had another foot or so of length. Width doesn't matter, as I'm using bungees. I do wish there were a few more strap loops along the edges of the cover, but I fixed that with removable tarp grommets available at any hardware store. The cover has a motor cover built in, but it is not useful to me except to provide spare material in case I need to patch the main cover later. I use a poly strap running from bow to stern as a cover support; I found out quickly that if you don't supply some kind of thing under the cover, the rainwater will pull it down and you'll be emptying the pools after every rain. The strap works well. I put the fishing seats on their pedestals, fold the backs down, and run the straps across them. That gives a high enough crown to drain the rain/maybe the snow, and doesn't detract too much from the length. All in all, I'm pretty happy with the cover, mainly because its a lot easier to handle than the canvas one that I had been using for the last several years.
April 21, 2013