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Suggestions for sailboat cover

I have a Precision 165 that stays in the water year-round on a lake here in Florida. Needless to say, the Florida sun does a job on the gelcoat. I am currently paying the price for years of lack of attention as I refinish the entire top surface.

Any suggestions for covers to try and keep the deck somewhat protected from the elements? I really do not want to have to go through all of this trouble again and simply don't have the time to wax the deck every month. I'd prefer something off-the-shelf, if possible, rather than the expense of something custom-sewn.

Thanks for your suggestions!
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Rooke Sails in Memphis makes boat covers for many boats. They have covers for Precision 14, 15 & 16 so I bet they can help you.

Rooke Sails, Inc. - Dealer for New Sailboats - Broker of Used Sailboats

The Sailor's Tailor also makes covers for Precision - The Sailors' Tailor, Inc... mfg over 170 One Design sailboat covers since 1972.
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