Protect your Correct Craft’s Finish with a Boat Cover

November 15th, 2011 | Posted by denise in Boat Covers

A boat cover is an effective yet inexpensive defense against elements like sun, rain, hail, sand, salt, and grime – all of which can cause damage your boat’s finish. And if you own a Correct Craft,  chances are you have a sharp finish that needs to be protected. Especially if you own one of those customized Byerly Icon Edition Nautiques.

Correct Craft Nautique

Byerly Edition Nautique – Courtesty of Correct Craft

Check out that shine! Your boat’s gelcoat is responsible for that colorful, glossy finish. And just like unprotected skin, your boat’s gelcoat can suffer extensive damage from the sun. It won’t turn red and peel but it will start to take on a dull, chalk-like appearance caused by oxidation.

When caught early, oxidation can generally be reversed with a little cleaner and elbow grease. But more extreme cases may require professional work (and we all know that professional work and restoration = unwanted expense).

You can easily avoid the hassle of oxidation damage by investing in a quality boat cover.  We have a large selection of Correct Craft boat covers, including custom covers with wakeboard tower slots. Don’t have a Correct Craft? Visit our boat cover finder to find a boat cover for your boat.

Now through November 30, 2011, use coupon code SAVEMORE to receive a free tie down kit and 5% off any semi-custom or custom boat cover.

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