The Lightning sailboat mast up cover will completely enclose your Lightning deck protecting it from the elements.
Our Lightning Mooring cover fits snugly below the rub rail of the hull to seal out dirt and water. The cover installs securely with an elastic cord and several tie down points. This cover is installed with the mast up and has four or five cutouts: one for the mast, two for the shrouds, and one for the forestay (and an optional backstay). All of the cutouts have Velcro closures and a large #10 YKK zipper is used between the mast base cutout and the starboard shroud cutout for ease of use and durability. The zipper is also covered with a flap of fabric increase UV resistance.
You can add reflective tape in the upgrade menu found above.
We offer this cover in three different fabric types, look over the fabrics in the drop down chart below.
Note: Product images are not of an actual Lightning and are for reference only. If you are interested in taking several nice photos of your new SLO Sail and Canvas cover on you Lightning, please let us know at the time of purchase. We will reward you efforts with a $10 discount or a free SLO Sail and Canvas T-Shirt! Use our online chat, call (805) 479-6122, email us at email@example.com, or make a note at checkout to let us know you will take photos.
CLICK HERE to download our Lightning Sailboat Measurement Guide PDF. Please follow measurement directions and enter the values and answers in the proper fields. Call us at (805) 479-6122 if you have questions or need assistance.
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Why SLO Sail and Canvas?
Because we take the time to make sure you are getting what you want and need. Our knowledgeable designers are available by phone or email and can work with you to incorporate any special requests. Our products are warranted against defects due to workmanship or material flaws for 1 year. All our products are made in the USA, on the central coast of California.