By Bob from Pittsburgh, PA on October 30, 2013
I have a 22 foot pontoon boat that I would like to protect from snow. What do you have that could work?
By Emily on October 30, 2013
Please use the link below to view the shelter that you might be able to use to cover you boat. All our manufacturer strongly suggest that you always knock off the snow as quickly as possible to avoid any damage from accumulation over night or during the day.
Rhino Shelter Instant 2 Car Garage - 22 x 24 x 12
By Mike from Ridgefield, CT on September 18, 2015
I need a shelter to house a wooden boat for the winter. I'd like it to be fully enclosed, and it should durable to withstand a fairly significant amount of weight accounting for snowfall. The boat with trailer is probably 19' x 10' so I think a 20 x 10 would suffice. Will most of these shelters survive a winter with up to 3' of snowfall?
By Emily - eCanopy Product Specialist on September 18, 2015
By Joan from Silt, CO on October 27, 2016
How tall is this product?
By Darnarius on October 27, 2016
Answer:The side height is 6'8" and the center height is 9'9" for this canopy.
By Bob from MA on February 17, 2017
I was thinking of purchasing the ShelterLogic 12 x 24 x 10 Round Portable Garage Canopy - 74332 to cover a boat during the Spring/Summer/Fall. Since most of these shelters are not winter rated, what do you do in the winter? Do you completely disassemble? Or, do you take the tarp off and keep the frame up? Thank you.
By Darnarius on February 17, 2017
Answer:The manufacturer recommends you either go out and physically knock the snow off once it starts to pile up or the best bet would be to take it down. The manufacturer's warranty does not cover weather related damages.