Boat canopies

9 companies | 12 products

Covered Moorage: Bellingham Marine’s Unifloat® and Unideck® systems are available with a structurally designed roof system designed to protect boats and marina...


For commercial or residential uses, take comfort that EZ Dock modular railings conform to SOBA...


Add a Sunstream canopy to your lift or dock to preserve the original brilliance of your boat and keep it safe from exposure to the sun, wind, and rain. Sunstream canopies are...


Our boat sheds are a modern take on traditional Scandinavian...


-Unlimited number of potential configurations

-Unlimited number of potential configurations

-Unlimited number of potential configurations


Constant exposure to sun, wind and driving rain can ruin your watercraft from the inside out. Cracking, fading and peeling not only takes away from the look, comfort and...


Protection all season long
No need to continually cover your boat to protect...


Wahoo categorizes roof types into three basic styles – Gables, Hips and Upper Decks. Within these basic styles, we offer variations to accommodate a range of dock layouts, local nuances and personal preferences....


MFS offers optional metal and fabric finished exteriors made of the finest tear resistant, flame retardant material to with stand temperature fluctuations from +70 C (+158 F) to -30 C (-22 F).


IMFS offers entire Yacht Enclosures sheeted in metal with pre-finished steel exteriors for our clients that prefer the security of an all metal building.

International Marine Floatation Systems...


How to choose this product


A boat canopy is a roof-like structure sheltering a vessel from sun and rain.

Such canopies can be mounted on a variety of supporting structures including docks, floating pontoons and boat lifts. They extend vessel life by protecting it from dirt, rain, hail, sunlight and similar phenomena. They are particularly advisable in areas characterized by harsh weather or strong sunlight.

Canopies often consist of a flexible or rigid roof mounted on a metal structure. They can be installed on a dock or floating pontoon, with or without a boat lift. Some are large enough to cover several boats. There are also floating shelters, veritable little boat houses.

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