What's your opinion about the best way to store a boat outdoors in winter (for those with a garage that's too small or nonexistent)? I've heard that the popular "shrink wrap" technique people have done at local marinas can collect a lot of condensation inside the plastic with variable weather conditions and this could grow a lot of mold by the spring when the plastic is removed. Are the covers that come with an SE model boat enough to keep it bone dry inside? Some people just throw one of those blue plastic tarps over their boat. How about doing that over the boat with the included covers also on it? Anyone have experience with good or bad results that they could share? Ideally, everyone wants to have their interior emerge pristine in the spring.
Boat covers in winter
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Posted 27 October 2010 - 01:49 PM
I have heard mixed reviews on shrink wrapping. If the boat is going to be stored outside I would assume no matter what you cover it with it will most likely accumulate some condensation so it might be a good idea to take the cover off on a nice day to let it air out some.
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