Boat Blanket Black 72" Fabric
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Boat Blanket Fabric is an extremely durable, protective Spectropile fabric. This solution-dyed non-woven, plush polyester has a soft outer surface that acts like the loop side of Velcro®. Sew a strip of the hook side of Velcro to the Boat Blanket and fasten the sleeve around anything needing protection. Boat Blanket is easy to sew and is tough: UV and chemical resistant, and colorfast to withstand marine and outdoor environments.

Boat Blanket fabric is designed for use anywhere a soft, tough cover is required. There is a right and wrong side to this marine fabric, meaning that only the plush soft side should be exposed to the outside. Use Boat Blanket to make fender covers, anti-scorching dividers, pier piling covers, mooring and anchor line chafe guards, webbing sling pads and hiking strap covers.

Note: Boat Blanket is intended for use against gel coat and other hard-coated surfaces. Please use caution when using against painted or thin clear-coated surfaces.

Boat Blanket Cleaning Instructions: We recommend using Iosso Mold & Mildew Stain Remover to clean Boat Blanket material. Soak the material in the cleaner, and then rinse well and let dry.


Sale Unit: Sold per linear yard
Width: 72"
Thickness: 0.196"
Fabric Content: 100% Polyester
Fabric Design: Solid & Variegated
Color: Black
Weight: 14.3 ounces per square yard
Wear Rating: 500 Cycles (Taber Test)
Care & Cleaning: Soap & Water
Special Features: Highly UV Resistant, Mold & Mildew Resistant, Solution Dyed
Certifications: California Prop 65 Compliant
Tear Strength: 100 lbs (warp), 120 lbs (fill)
Tensile Strength: 100 lbs (warp), 120 lbs (fill)
Brand: Boat Blanket
Roll Size: 120 Yards

Recommended Uses

Marine: Chafe Protection, Insulations & Padding

Shipping Restrictions

Maximum continuous piece for shipping is 15 yards. This fabric is folded to reduce shipping costs.


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Making a Boat Fender Cover

Build your own boat fender covers using Boat Blanket from Sailrite. These fender covers are quick and easy to make and provide soft protection for your boat.

Boat Trailer Bunk Carpet Replacement – Part 1

Replacing the bunk carpet on your boat trailer is the perfect project to finish before pulling your boat out of the water for winter storage. Part 1 covers how to replace the carpet on removable boards.

Boat Trailer Bunk Carpet Replacement – Part 2

Cover the permanent board fixtures with Boat Blanket material from Sailrite.

Make Protective Wraps for a Boat Rack

Use Boat Blanket material to create a protective wrap for a storage arm system (often used for Sunfish or Laser boats).

How to Make Anti-Scorching Dividers for Boat Tubing

Anti-Scorching Dividers made from Boat Blanket material and Velcro.


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Tim Wilson
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Great product for fender covers and dock post covers

Tim Wilson
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Excellent for boat dock post coverings

Creative Canvas
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Minimal sewing involved in my project, this blanket fabric worked perfect to use as boat rope/line covers. Also great for fender covers.

Michael DaRoza
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Fender Wrap

Used the fabric to wrap my dock fenders to protect my gel coat works great

Colleen Smart
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Great to work with

Great to work with

Tor Jorgensen
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Great fabric

Coleen Barger
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I purchased Boat Blanket to make covers for bimini poles and boarding ladder. The material is heavier than I expected but not difficult to sew. My only disappointment is in how much fuzz escapes from the cut edges.

Jonathan Dower
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Perfect! But I only wanted to leave a rating...why am I forced to make a comment also?


Great stuff, but want to embroidry them...

I love the fender covers and other stuff that I have used this for. They last a long time and do well. But I'm trying to embroidery a boat logo on it before making covers and most places don't think they can. Any thoughts?

Sailrite Response

We have seen our product embroidered before so we know it is possible, but it may require more industrial equipment. You might have to continue looking until you find a business equipped to handle this fabric.

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