Don't be fooled! Other bimini tops on the market may be lower in price, but beware of inferior construction. Never purchase a bimini top with wire hooks or plastic eye straps! These are key stress points that require quality fittings to prevent your top from failing.
*Note: Many bimini tops are shipped directly from the manufacturer. Please allow 5 business days before shipping.
Double-walled main bow for added strength
HOW TO MEASURE FOR YOUR BIMINI TOP: There are 3 Measurements with the most important being the width at your mounting point. Please take the time to measure your boat for the correct width. Height (46" and 54" from where it mounts to your boat) is a buyer preference as is the length (3 bow 6 foot and 4 bow 8 foot). We carry a complete line of 46" and 54" Bimini Tops in 3 bow, 6 Foot and 4 bow 8 Foot.
- Determine the height of the bimini top by measuring from the mounting point straight up with a tape measure.
- Choose the ideal height to fit your needs.
- A Center Console boat will need a taller bimini top, while a Ski Boat needs a shorter bimini top for a sleeker look and ride.
- A boat with 30" side rails and a 48" tall bimini top would provide 78" of clearance.
- Determine the width of the bimini top by measuring from mounting point to mounting point (where you want the bimini top to attach on one side of the boat to the same location on the opposite side of the boat).
- Bimini frames can "flex" 3 inches out or in (i.e. a 54"-60" width bimini assembled will measure approximately 57" in width but can be flexed in to 54" or out to 60").
- Width is the most crucial measurement for finding a bimini top. While it is related to the width of your boat, this measurement is not the same as "beam" or boat width.