How to Measure for Your Bimini
Measuring for your bimini top is critical to making sure it fits properly. Please measure carefully, and call us at 888.872.6855 with questions.
Please be sure your dimensions are correct before proceeding!
How to Properly Measure for your Bimini Top
Measuring properly when ordering your bimini top is the key to ensuring a proper fit. Please read the instructions below carefully and reference the diagrams. Please call 888.872.6855 if you need assistance measuring.
First - Measure the width:
The width of your bimini is the most critical measurement. This measurement is NOT the "beam" or boat width, it is the width where the bimini will mount to the side rails. Width selections come in 12" ranges, and the frame can flex a few inches out or in to accomodate your boat.
Next, Measure the height:
Make sure to consider the ideal height to fit your needs. Measure this from the point where the bimini will be mounted straight up. If you have a center console or steering column, you need to take this into consideration. We offer 2 heights at this time - 44" or 52".
Last, Measure the length:
How much coverage do you want your bimini top to provide? We have 2 bow bimini tops that are 65" long, 3-bow biminis that are 71" long, and 4-bow biminis that are 95" long. The mounting point is approximately in the center of the top, and the coverage is also split front to back from that point. If you're replacing an existing bimini top, don't measure the flap, only from the first to last bow pockets.
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