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Old 10-01-2010, 04:37 PM
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Is there such a thing? A dust cover for a boat......such as a California Car Cover?
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Cheapest and easiest thing for you to do is snag a Baja Shipping Cover from eBay. I'd venture a guess that a 35/36 Baja Outlaw cover would work for your boat.

I bought one from a Baja 40' Outlaw and it covers my 37AT from the nose to the platform.

There used to be a company called "Carrie Covers" that made a lightweight dust cover. But I believe they are out of business.
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Cheapest and easiest thing for you to do is snag a Baja Shipping Cover from eBay. I'd venture a guess that a 35/36 Baja Outlaw cover would work for your boat.

I bought one from a Baja 40' Outlaw and it covers my 37AT from the nose to the platform.

There used to be a company called "Carrie Covers" that made a lightweight dust cover. But I believe they are out of business.
Okay, great. Thank you for the info. I'll check ebay for the Baja Shipping Cover.
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Try this seller: http://stores.ebay.com/Great-Lakes-Skipper

They have a lot of the old Ohio Baja inventory.
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Try this seller: http://stores.ebay.com/Great-Lakes-Skipper

They have a lot of the old Ohio Baja inventory.
Found them on ebay. Sent a message to the seller..........

Thank you for your help.
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Cheapest and easiest thing for you to do is snag a Baja Shipping Cover from eBay. I'd venture a guess that a 35/36 Baja Outlaw cover would work for your boat.

I bought one from a Baja 40' Outlaw and it covers my 37AT from the nose to the platform.

There used to be a company called "Carrie Covers" that made a lightweight dust cover. But I believe they are out of business.
About how far down the sides of the boat does it cover? Are these shipping covers like full mooring covers?
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Just below the rub rail. It's going to vary on each boat.

I purchased mine just to keep the dust and bugs off while indoors.
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