Westland Select Fit Boat Covers are applied by the general hull style and basic dimensions of the boat being covered. These covers are listed in 1’ increments on the half-foot, so the cover may fit a little tighter or looser, depending on the centerline length and beam width of your boat, in comparison to the listed dimensions for the cover. Each cover has a draw rope sewn into the hem of the cover for purposes of pulling the cover tight and tie down loops sewn throughout for tying the cover down.
These covers are available in 4 material options: Sunbrella with a 10 year warranty, Sharkskin Supreme SD with a 7 year warranty, Sharkskin Plus with a 5 year warranty. All of Westland’s covers are reinforced at high stress areas and have two sewn in vent caps to increase breathability.
To ensure you choose the correct cover: First, select the style that most resembles your boat. Of course, check the console dimensions, rail allowance, and trolling motor (or any other added feature) accommodations as well. Next, to obtain the centerline length of the boat, simply run a measuring tape down the side or center of your boat from the furthest point of the bow (be sure you do not contour to any curves or go up and over anything like a windshield or console) to the back of the transom. Lastly, the beam is a measurement taken from gunnel to gunnel at the widest point, also in a straight line without contour.