Cover reviewed on Jun 3rd, 2013
Fabric: Sharkskin Plus
I bought this cover for my 1989 Correct Craft Sport Nautique. The boat measures 22' from the tip of the bow to the end of the fiberglass swim platform, so I bought the 22' cover. Unfortunately the cover was at least a foot too long, which left a lot of extra material at the end of the swim platform. This also prevented the cover from being pulled very tight, and allows for water to pool up in it. With the drawstring pulled tight though, the cover should never get blown off which is nice. I also have a wakeboard tower that the cover has to fit around, which complicated things further. I bought the cover knowing that it wouldn't fit around the tower without modifying it. I talked with customer support and they don't have a stock cover that would fit around my aftermarket wakeboard tower. So I cut four slots in the cover , and two in the drawstring rope (kind of scary) and brought it to a local tent and awning manufacturer to have the exposed edges hemmed, and install velcro flaps over the seams. I also tied snap hooks to the drawstring so that the drawtring connects around the tower. This set me back another $100, but the tent and awning shop did a very nice job. The cover fit around my tower very nicely after the $100 modifications. Unfortunately the story doesn't end here either. After putting the cover on my boat a few times with the boat in the water, I found that the drawstring cover is a pain to put on when the boat is not on the trailer. I am most likely going to take the cover in again, and have it modified to be a snap on cover, which the local tent and awning shop also does. This will cost me about another $150 I wish I had done it in the first place, but this will hopefully give me the cover that I want. The Sharkskin material is very nice though, and will hopefully last me a while.