StormPro Pontoon Boat Cover - Model B

$406.95
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StormPro Pontoon Boat Cover - Model B is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 6.
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Heavy-duty trailerable all-season pontoon boat cover.
  • TRAILERABLE BOAT COVER: Fits most pontoon boats 21' - 24' L x 102" W
  • MARINE GRADE BOATING ACCESSORIES: Won't shrink or stretch, designed for extra durability, fabric coating technology for max water repellency, UV protection, mildew resistance and all-weather protection
  • PROTECTIVE COVER FOR BOATS: Adjustable transom flap and an elastic cord gives a tight, custom fit while the integrated buckle and strap system allows for easy fitting and trailering, adjustable straps snap into quick-release buckles on the cover
  • BOAT ACCESSORIES: Dual air vents reduce inside moisture and ballooning of cover at high speeds, storage bag, trailering straps, transom flap tie-down rope and 2 stern-fit elastic cords included, and 5-year Hassle-Free Warranty included
Rated 4 out of 5 by snowlake52 from I would buy this Cover again I was concert the cover would not cover my pontoon boat. It covered the pontoon boat sides to under the deck and from the front deck to over the motor. A great cover!
Date published: 2017-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by hughesyerdaddy from Best cover I ever got! I originally bought the "Hurricane" Pontoon cover, but it developed a tears and was under warranty. In return, Classic Covers sent me an upgrade, and this thing is amazing. I have to say the customer service was excellent, and this cover has been incredible considering all the different weather we get here in Wisconsin.
Date published: 2014-05-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jfausk96 from So far, so good! This product has so far been great! The only reason we said "average" on installation is because pontoons can not have a cover installed easy. Period. As far as any cover goes, this one has been the best! We've spent money on tarps, storage, all of it….we are excited to have the Storm Pro Pontoon Cover to protect our Fun Barge until we can enjoy it (nice and kept clean throughout the winter) once the weather warms up.
Date published: 2013-11-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jfausk96 from So far, so good! This product has so far been great! The only reason we said "average" on installation is because pontoons can not have a cover installed easy. Period. As far as any cover goes, this one has been the best! We've spent money on tarps, storage, all of it.we are excited to have the Storm Pro Pontoon Cover to protect our Fun Barge until we can enjoy it (nice and kept clean throughout the winter) once the weather warms up.
Date published: 2013-10-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by Winterfloater from Keeps the boat dry but fits poorly and no way is it trailerable The cover seems to be made of very tough material that keeps the boat dry. No open areas to let in birds or rainwater. The problem is it looks and fits like an elephant dress on a mouse. I had to prop up various low spots with plastic trash cans, paddles and other items to keep rainwater from pooling. After three rains I had to make repeated adjustments to the items I was using to prop it up from the inside which was a major pain. All this would have been somewhat understandable had the advertisement not said the particular cover I ordered was specified for the exact model of boat I had.
Date published: 2013-08-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by Winterfloater from Keeps the boat dry but fits poorly and no way is it trailera The cover seems to be made of very tough material that keeps the boat dry. No open areas to let in birds or rainwater. The problem is it looks and fits like an elephant dress on a mouse. I had to prop up various low spots with plastic trash cans, paddles and other items to keep rainwater from pooling. After three rains I had to make repeated adjustments to the items I was using to prop it up from the inside which was a major pain. All this would have been somewhat understandable had the advertisement not said the particular cover I ordered was specified for the exact model of boat I had.
Date published: 2013-08-04
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Can I buy spare plastic clips?

Asked by: JAW1
If you are asking about the quick close clips, we do not have those parts available. However, it would be best to contact our customer support team to clarify you needs and see if we can be of help. Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Pacific Time 1-800-854-2315. We will be glad to hear from you!
Answered by: ClassicAccessories
Date published: 2018-10-09

does this cover extend over the deck front and back securely? I want to keep barn cats off those areas.

Asked by: RAM1961
My best answer for you will be to click on the photo where you will see a larger picture of the cover and exactly where and what it will cover. All in all, I think your coverage with this cover will help to keep the barn cats off the boat, but they may decide to nap on the cover!
Answered by: ClassicAccessories
Date published: 2018-09-19

How thick is the cover?

Asked by: Tkame
The StormPro Pontoon Boat Cover fabric weight is 240 grams per square inch and it comes with the 5 year warranty.
Answered by: ClassicAccessories
Date published: 2018-07-18

Can you use this cover while the boat is in moorage??....there is no trailer to attach straps to.

Asked by: tf58
Sorry, this cover has been designed for storage out of water.
Answered by: ClassicAccessories
Date published: 2018-07-11

I intend to use this cover for winter storage on a pontoon boat in NC. The boat will be on a lift and under a covered deck. Will the strap system work, given I'm not strapping the boat on trailer?

Asked by: KeriD
No, it would not be a good cover for what you want to use it for. This cover has loops that attach to the trailer itself and it is made to be a trailer able cover not a storage cover.
Answered by: ClassicAccessories
Date published: 2018-06-28

Could you provide the exact measurments for your Pontoon Boat cover. I hve a 24 ft South Bay 224RS 3.0. Thanks Howard

Asked by: HowardB
Model B would be a good fit for your Pontoon Boat as it covers 21' - 24'L pontoon boats with beam widths to 102". It would be best to make sure your beam width matches that of Model B.
Answered by: ClassicAccessories
Date published: 2018-01-12

Installation information  21-22 Bennington pontoon 

Asked by: Pilot
Installation instructions below for the StormPRO Pontoon Boat Cover 1. Cover any sharp points or corners with a piece of cloth to avoid stressing or tearing your boat cover when it is stretched across your boat. 2. Drape the boat cover over your boat with the end marked “FRONT” at the bow. 3. Pull your cover down below the rub rail around the entire boat. 4. Attach the fitting straps dangling from the bottom sides of the cover to the trailer frame by taking each strap down under the trailer frame rail then back up to the corresponding insert buckle at the edge of the cover. Snap the male end of the strap into the buckle. After attaching all the remaining straps adjust their length to secure your cover in place. 5. To secure the transom flap, first locate the adjustable cover side panels and wrap them towards the center of the boat. Secure them in place by hooking the hem elastic cord hooks together. Cinch the D-rings on the adjustable side panels together using the two provided hooked elastic cords. Fold the transom flap over the side panels and adjust the transom flap to determine which row of D-rings on the transom flap allows you to best cover the stern of your boat. When using the top row of D-rings, tuck excess transom flap under. Secure by tying the provided rope to an end D-ring then weaving the rope from the D-ring to the trailer frame, and then to the next D-ring, until all the transom flap D-rings are secured. Tie off the rope to the trailer frame. 6. Cut excess rope and carefully singe the ends of the rope with a match or lighter to prevent fraying. 7. Adjust and tighten as necessary for your particular boat. Before driving always check that all straps, ropes and hooks are tightly secured. We recommend that after the first mile of driving that you recheck your cover. Thank you for being a customer and if you have any further questions, please contact Classic Accessories Customer Support at 1-800-854-2315.
Answered by: Classic Accessories
Date published: 2017-10-16
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