Product Spotlight | DECKadence Marine

By Tony Centore Boat Owner and Researcher
I took our boat out of storage I realized my deck covering had to go. I thought about going with no deck covering at all but with the slipping and pounding I’d take I decided to research an alternative covering. So while exploring deck-covering options for my boat, I was intrigued to discover we’ve made some serious advances over the years other than just boat carpet.
The product allows air and water to flow right through it while keeping the surface cool and dry. Unlike boat carpet they attach a poly-vinyl mesh backing that also allows water to flow while it grips to the deck which keeps it from moving around on the deck.

DECKadence doesn’t require any binding or edging and can go right over deck hatches and deck drains.

There are several videos and tips on how to install and even seam the product (if need be) on that site, DECKadence is sold either fully fabricated or in square feet the material is 6′ (six) wide but can easily be seamed to accommodate any width or configuration. Sell a lot cheaper than synthetic teak too at about $9 – $11 dollars a square DIY depending on how much you need.

So if you’re in the market for a deck covering makeover I hope this helps, good luck and happy boating!

See you on the open seas!
Tony Centore

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