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Centurion Boat Mooring Cover FLW103B | SV244 Enzo w/ Aegis Tower 2014

Boat part number 1068366 is a new OEM replacement mooring cover for a 2014, SV244 Enzo with Aegis Tower model Ski Centurion Boat, part number FLW103B
made for Ski Centurion Boats
$599.95 MSRP: $809.93
GLS Stock #: 1068366-GF850
Only 4 left
Boat part number 1068366 is a new OEM replacement mooring cover for a 2014, SV244 Enzo with Aegis Tower model Ski Centurion Boat, part number FLW103B .
It is extremely repellent to water, mildew, ultra violet rays, and other foreign elements. Its sleek, fade-resistant, breathable finish resists staining and assures maximum boat protection! This mooring cover is black in color. Features "Centurion" logo in white. Measures approximately 130" W x 285" L overall.
Features:
  • Support Pole Strapping System
  • Venting System; Designed For Travel
  • Ratcheting Draw Strap
Specifications:
  • Boat Manufacturer: Ski Centurion
  • Model: SV244 Enzo w/ Aegis Tower
  • Year: 2014
  • Part Number: FLW103B
  • Part Manufacturer: Fineline
  • Part Number: 121281
  • Color: Black
  • Overall Dimensions: 130" W x 285" L

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Instruction / installation manual not included.

All boat cover sales are final.

Product Questions

Do you have a cover for Centurion SV244 with Gladiator tower?
Question by: Eric Lee/Jack Lee on Jun 14, 2021, 1:34 PM
Hello Eric,

Unfortunately we do not currently have any covers specific to your Centurion, and they are not something we can source or order.

We aren't aware of any retailer who might have "on the shelf" anymore. You might consider just getting Sunbrella fabric off the roll, and have an area upholsterer make something up for you.

If you do decide to go that route, we have a large selection of Sunbrella at great prices, at this link:

Link: https://www.greatlakesskipper.com/upholstery-tops-flooring/waterproof-boat-canvas

Sorry we could not help more.

Gene
Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Jun 14, 2021, 1:55 PM