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Nolance    18

Evolution covers has a promo deal going on their swim platform covers.  These are the RR series covers that repel sun.  $110 includes shipping.

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MFaso    56

I REALLY need this because we have ducks that like to $hit on it all week when it's in the water. I'm going to google "evolution covers" now. Did you pick one up and try it out yet? Any pictures of it on your boat? I was going to rig a tarp, somehow...ha

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Nolance    18

Just ordered mine.  I have heard good things from several people on this site so I decided to order. Mine gets a beat down by the sun.  I'll try to post a pick when it comes in.

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Bongo Fury    641

Sewlong made my custom cover...it was quite a bit more but did have the Centurion logo on it.  Very nice fit!

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MFaso    56

Just saw their website and the pictures. It doesn't solve my problem so I'm gonna hold off. Birds can still stand on that and poop all over it... Need something that attaches to the normal cover and I that us slanted up.. 

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Jake707    170

sounds like a nice 12 gauge is your best solution.  Duck is a delicacy in some parts of the world haha

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MFaso    56
1 hour ago, Jake707 said:

sounds like a nice 12 gauge is your best solution.  Duck is a delicacy in some parts of the world haha

lol...I wish I could. We have a lot of ducks. my kids like feeding them when we are anchored but when docked they like to sit on the platform. hopefully once the marina gets busier they will scare off...

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Chexi    36

Ducks are very tasty.  Unfortunately, they also are part of the swimmer's itch life cycle of the parasite.  Best to keep them away from your shore, as this is where the swimmers itch will be.

Sounds like you need a piece of wood or starboard cut in the shape of your platform with a bunch of nails pounded through and sticking up (like they put on window ledges in cities to keep the birds from roosting).

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MFaso    56
13 hours ago, Chexi said:

Ducks are very tasty.  Unfortunately, they also are part of the swimmer's itch life cycle of the parasite.  Best to keep them away from your shore, as this is where the swimmers itch will be.

Sounds like you need a piece of wood or starboard cut in the shape of your platform with a bunch of nails pounded through and sticking up (like they put on window ledges in cities to keep the birds from roosting).

Yep. I'm thinking about it. :)

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