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Simply select the hieght and the move on to step two.
Simply select the length and move on to step three.
Simply select the width and you’ll find your bimini top.
Bimini Top Search: Choose your make and model
We highly recommend you hand measure your boat in the desired mounting location or contact us before purchasing a Bimini Top. Each top can be mounted in various locations on your vessel and we want to ensure the location matches the measurement.
How to measure your bimini top.
How to assemble your bimini top.
How to install your bimini top.
Measuring the Height
Stand inside your boat and measure from the mounting point up to get the height of your top. This height can be added to the depth of your boat to determine the amount of clearance you will enjoy. How should you decide on the height that you need? Remember that, the taller you go, the less shade you will have. Most runabout boats are very well served with 36" or 46" tops. Center console boats typically require a 54" top. Pontoon boats typically require a 48" top. These are only recommendations based on the feedback of satisfied customers. You will want to consider the height that is best for you and your needs. SEE VIDEO
Note: The height of your Bimini top is determined from the mounting point up, NOT from the floor of the boat
Measuring the Length
First, consider what portion of the boat you want to cover and the type of the boat that you have. Lengths offered include 5', 5'6" (for 2 bow tops), 6', and 8'. How should you choose the size that you need? The 6' top is the most common and popular length for boats. It looks great on runabouts, center console boats, and most other types of boats. 8' tops are very large tops that are mainly used on pontoon boats. 5'6" 2 bow tops are used only on small fishing boats. 5' tops are used for ski boats, like Malibu or CorrectCraft.
Measuring the Width
Next, consider where you want the top mounted. Our tops will allow mounting on virtually any surface, like on the wing of the windshield or even on a rail. All mounting hardware is included! To get your mounting width, find the mounting point on one side of the boat. Measure the width between that point and the corresponding point on the opposite side. Note: This is almost always different from the width of your boat.