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Premier Boat Bimini Cover 11580711 | Brown 130 1/4 x 121 5/8 w/Boot

Boat part number 1094494 is a new bimini top cover with boot for Premier Pontoons, part number unavailable .
made for Premier Pontoons
$699.95 MSRP: $944.93
GLS Stock #: 1094494-GA798
Only 4 left
Boat part number 1094494 is a new bimini top cover with boot for Premier Pontoons, part number unavailable . Manufactured by Taylor Made, part number 115580711.

This cover is constructed out of brown Sunbrella SeaMark marine grade fabric. Sunbrella's SeaMark line provides durable defense against extreme precipitation and moisture with water resistant backing. Protect your vessel against the elements on both sea and land without sacrificing style.

Features pre-installed zippers. Measures approximately 130 1/4" w x 121 5/8" L overall, and the boot is 119 1/8" W x 15 5/8" H (see pictures for additional measurements.

Tag reads: PM 11' EVOLUTION BIM TOP REV

Note: May fit other boats; please check with your local boat brand dealer for boat / brand / model / year cross-referencing compatibilities.

Specifications:
  • Boat Manufacturer: Premier Pontoons
  • Part Number: Unavailable
  • Part Manufacturer: Taylor Made
  • Part Number: 11580711
  • Material: Fabric
  • Color: Brown
  • Bimini Dimensions: 130 1/4" w x 121 5/8" L
  • Boot Dimensions: 119 1/8" W x 15 5/8" H
  • Mounts: Zippers

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

Instruction / installation manual not included.

Hardware not included.

Product Questions

Does this Bimini cover fit my 2007 castaway 231 premier pontoon I have a 5 bow top on now from factory
I do not need a frame it is good 1.25 square. Zipper on & off top
Question by: Kathy holt on Jul 8, 2021, 5:10 PM
Hello Kathy,

Because we are not dealers, I'm afraid we are not able to cross reference this cover to specific boats. You'd need to either check with a dealer, or just go by the measurements in the ad. It does have installed zippers on front and back.

Thank you,

Gene
Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Jul 9, 2021, 8:09 AM