The EasyTec boat cover is so simple, one person can put it on quickly and easily.
EasyTec's lightweight design requires just a few simple steps - you don't need extra help or hardware. First, attach the S-hooks to the bow and stern of your boat. Then connect the two-meter-long flexible composite pipes together to make one long pipe, which you push into the sewn channel on the high-quality, heavy-duty tarpaulin. Finally, thread the tarp onto the piping on the S-hooks, forming an arch-shaped cover, which you can easily fix laterally while tying the tarp firmly underneath your boat.
Using the EasyTec boat cover couldn't be simpler - or more effective at creating a double-ended protective cocoon for your boat all winter long. In the spring, it's easy to remove, fold up, and store in the handy carrying bags.
What Size Do I Need?
EasyTec is a very versatile boat cover frame, suitable for all power boats and sailboats from 13 to 26 ft, or 4-8 meters. However, boats can be very different. For example, a large outboard motor can affect the size of the most appropriate EasyTec cover for your boat. EasyTec is available in four sizes: 13 to 16 ft, 16 to 20 ft, 20 to 23 ft, and 23 to 26 ft boats with package numbers from 6 to 9. The package number is based on the length of the tarp. For example, EASYTEC7 (package 7) has a tarp that's 7m long and 5m wide (23 ft x 16.4 ft), . This package is suitable for a boat between 16 to 20 ft, or 5-6m.
Choosing the appropriate package for a boat without an outboard motor should be based on the length of the boat. Add approximately 3.3 ft (one meter) for the part of the tarp that is taken up by the arch shape of the frame. 1 meter is added for a 5.75 m long boat, which means 6.75m. So EASYTEC7 (package 7) is the most appropriate package.
If your boat has an outboard motor, it's normal to cover the outboard motor as well, which will take up at least another half a meter of tarp length. So add 1.5m for a 5.75m long boat, which equals 7.25m. So EASYTEC8 (package 8) is the most appropriate package, in this case.
Typically, you can also say that a larger superstructure means a wide boat, so you'd want to choose a larger package with a larger tarp. For a low, narrow boat, it might be better to choose a smaller package size.