Cuddy Boat Covers


Covers for Cuddy Boats

If you have a cuddy style boat, we have the ideal cover to protect it. Finding the best cover for a cuddy boat is no small task. You need to consider construction quality, ventilation, cost, and of course fit. We suggest you read “Which is the Best Boat Cover?”, to find out the ins and outs of all sorts of boat covers, but when it comes to fit, the details aren’t always so cut and dry. A custom cover from our Exact Fit line can’t be beat, but questions start to arise when the particular model you own hasn’t been patterned. There are countless make and model cuddy boats out there, so no one database has the exact specs for them all – and if we haven’t patterned your boat, the chances are no one else has. So, how will you get a cover that fits?

Start by visiting our Cover Wizard, which takes your boat’s make, model and year into account to search for the best-fitting cover possible. Or you can shop the covers by boat style and click on Cuddy Style Boats, and you’ll find that we then narrow down the selection into two different types of cuddies: conventional V-hulls, and Euro Cuddies.

Shop Covers for Cuddy Style Boats

  1. Conventional V-Hull CuddyConventional V-Hull Cuddy
  2. Euro CuddyEuro Cuddy

It’s important to differentiate between the two, in order to find the boat cover with the best fit. Conventional V-hull cuddy boats have a medium profile, bow rails, and squared-off windshields. Euro Cuddies, on the other hand, have curved windshields and euro-style integrated swim platforms. In the world of boat covers, these are major-league differences. That’s why we digitized the patterns for countless cuddy boats to come up with these two types, which out covers fit to a tee.

Not only does the shape of the cover need to be different in order to provide the best fit, but areas of reinforcement also have to be taken into account. At least, they do to us here at Westland. While some competitors won’t bother worrying about reinforcing stress points, our Select Fit covers are reinforced in important areas like the bow, transom corners, and at the windshield. Naturally, the exact placement of these reinforcements changes a bit with each different boat style, which is why we take the time and effort to not only differentiate between a center console and a cuddy boat, but also between a Conventional V-Hull model and a Euro Cuddy.

We hope this information helps, but if you’re still not sure how to pick the very best boat cover for your cuddy cabin boat, feel free to call our customer service line at 800-835-7992. Or send us an email at customerservice@westlandboatcovers.com. Either way we’ll be happy to help in any way we can, because making sure you’re satisfied with your boat cover is the number-one most important thing here at Westland.

Don't see what you're looking for?

Try starting your search over by visiting our Style Selector - or - if you would rather search by the Make, Model, and Year of your boat, try using our Cover Finder.

For additional help with your purchase, please call customer service at 1-800-835-7992