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Disclaimer: Bimini tops are non-returnable. Please scroll down to find pertinent information regarding mounting width range, mounting hardware requirements, and supported boat models. If you have any questions please email us at email@example.com prior to purchasing. You can also research and compare the beam of your boat here. Please read Installation Instructions before purchase.
7/8" Stainless steel Bimini top with stainless fittings. Will fit Boston Whaler 150 Sport, 150/170 Montauk (not the classic Montauk), & 13'-16' Dauntless (note that 16' Dauntless will require rail mounting due to width). This top has the option of either rail mount, gunnel, or a combination of the two. (see below). If you have a 13'-17' Boston Whaler classic please click here. Available in Navy Blue, Black & Grey in 1200D fabric (Sunbrella equivalent) and comes with a storage boot (shown in last image).
Dimensions: 46" High x 65" Length x 75" Wide. The mounting width range is 73"- 78". (Note: This top may fit hulls other than specified here, to determine fitment please measure the mounting width and verify height before ordering).
Please check the information below to determine the type and quantity of mounts you will need.
Note: When the top is not in use, store collapsed and in the provided boot to reduce premature sun damage and fading.
Q: What are the 2 support poles used for? A: The rear support poles are typically only used when there is no space in the rear of the boat for the top to stow away. Instead, the top is collapsed and stowed in the "up" position. It is also generally desired when installing to railing, because there is no support behind the rails for the collapsed top to fold down and "sit" on. *4 mounts - required when using support poles
Q: What takes the place of the support poles, if not used? A: In most cases, the use of the support poles are not necessary, and the top folds down and stows in the rear of the boat. This top includes 2 extra straps that are used in the rear that take the place of the poles. *2 mounts used.
Choosing the type and quantity of mounts:
- If using support poles: You will need 4 mounts in any combination. For example, you can use rail mounts for the main "center" mounting point & then use gunnel mounts for the rear poles.
- If not using support poles: You will only need 2 mounts. Gunnel mounting is more common when not using the support poles, because the gunnels provide a better resting surface for the top when folded down and stowed.
~ Special Note: Rail mounting is required for the Dauntless 16' and Montauk 170 because the width of the gunnels exceed the maximum mounting width of this top. Additionally, the railing gives this top added height for better head clearance.