The 8 Best Waterproof Boat Covers

Updated December 06, 2018 by Jeff Newburgh

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We spent 25 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top selections for this wiki. Whether you're mooring, storing, or traveling on the road with a watercraft in tow, keep your investment fully protected from extreme weather, harsh sunlight, and dirt at all times by enveloping the vessel in one of these snugly-fitting boat covers. Our selection includes options made from sturdy and stretchable fabrics with durable seams that provide superior defense against the elements. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best waterproof boat cover on Amazon.

8. Seamander Trailerable

7. EmpireCovers Aqua Armor

6. Classic StormPro

5. ICover PB6303B

3. Vortex Heavy-Duty

2. Komo Pontoon

1. Budge B-621

Editor's Notes

December 03, 2018: Added the Budge B-621 for its reinforced stitching and taped seams. The polyester fabric, quick-release buckles, and polyurethane coating on the Komo Pontoon make it a good choice for outdoor storage. Also included the Anglink Professional due to its strength and ability to withstand high levels of water pressure. The built-in stiffeners on the Classic StormPro withstand heavy winds, while the vented design of the EmpireCovers Aqua Armor prevents the growth of mildew.


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Last updated on December 06, 2018 by Jeff Newburgh

A dedicated writer and communications professional spending his days lost in the intricacies of both proposal and freelance writing. When not sharing the knowledge of both fully and self-insured medical benefits to employer groups of all industries within California, Jeff Newburgh can be found at home spending time with his family and 3 dogs, pondering the next chew toy to be thrown, while kicking back and relaxing with a nice glass of red wine.


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