4 Best Fenders for Trailerable Boats

May 6th, 2013 | Posted by SavvyBoater in Boat Fenders & Buoys

Taylor Made Hull Gard Boat Fender

Taylor Made Hull Gard Boat Fender

Everyone knows that fenders are necessary to keep your boat looking brand new, and everyone also knows that there are different fenders for different boats, weather conditions, and activity level. Do you have a trailerable boat? A smaller boat that doesn’t need heavy duty protection, because it experiences normal recreational activity? There are quite a few fenders out there for trailerable boats in mild to moderate water conditions. Here are the top 4 that SavvyBoater.com recommends!

The Polyform G Series Boat Fender is perfect for trailered boats in mooring situations because of it’s one piece construction, durable and even walls, twin-eye design, and molded ribs. It is even available for boats smaller than 10′, but also for boats up to 40′.

SavvyBoater.com’s Polyform HTM Boat Fender has a “hole through middle” (HTM) design that is versatile in mounting, has thick walls and molded rips for strength, and is great for medium to heavy duty applications. It’s designed to be used in temporary or permanent situations, and works with boats as small as 20′.

Polyform G Series Boat Fender

Polyform G Series Boat Fender

The Taylor Made Hull Gard Boat Fender is another fender perfect for trailerable boats. These fit boats from 10′ to 50′ in length, and are ideal for light to normal duty recreational applications. It has a twin eye design, and an oval design that minimizes roll and offers a wide range of attachment configurations to protect your beautiful boat.

The Taylor Made Super Gard Boat Fender another great fender for trailerable boats. It is for medium duty (normal duty) recreational and utility applications. It works for boats 15′ to 50′ in length. It has a twin eye design and ribbed sides to minimize roll.

Have you used any of these fenders? Which do you think is the best for your trailerable boat?

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