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Q:I have a 24' pontoon boat that the railings get shorter as they go to the front of the boat. I also have no seating up there, its all open. I want a product that we can put up and make a "tent" so we could sleep on the boat at the boat club and not get eaten alive by bugs and not get all wet. Do you think this would work on my boat because of how different it is? Do you think bugs would get in VERY easily?Asked on 6/30/2012 by Poohdabar from Peru, IL
Q:How would this work if you do not have seating in the front. I have an open pontoon about 24' long. Am looking for a tent structure that we can sleep on the boat with. Also, how far does the tent go from front to back? Will it fit if I do not have the same size railing all the way around? My railing goes down as you go to the front of the boat.Asked on 6/19/2012 by Poohdabar from Illinois
Q:Is this product water proof?Asked on 6/7/2012 by Anonymous
Q:My husband is six foot and the enclosure is only 4'8" (56"). It appears it would not fit him in length. Do you have longer lengths?Asked on 6/1/2012 by Anonymous
Q:Hi, I'm over 6ft (72in plus)I'm planning to sleep on the boat. From the description on here these tents are 54in long is this correct. I need something at least 6ft or better in length. I like this model. Any suggestions???Asked on 5/8/2012 by The Loco Hobo
Q:WITH THE DOOR AND THE WINDOW OPEN,CAN YOU CRUSE WITH ENCLOUSER UP.
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Q:Will this prevent Mosquitos?
Also, I have a binimi top...it will still easily fit?Asked on 3/30/2012 by Anonymous from Palm bay FL
Q:Does the front door go all the way down to the floor? If so does it attach to the floor or just hang?Asked on 5/16/2011 by Anonymous
A:I call it the rear door. It goes all the way to the floor. It doesn't attach to the floor but the canvas on either side of the door attaches to the back of the seating at the bottom with the provided snaps which you attach where you want. You don't want to attach to the floor where they will get stepped on. The door itself has full length zippers on each side so when the door is zipped down it stays closed completely.Answered on 8/7/2011 by Piece of the Redies from Frederika, IA.
Q:Will this go over a 20 Foot pontoon?Asked on 6/29/2010 by Cathy from Ky
A:6' foot of it.Answered on 7/6/2011 by blownnos from Fresno,ca.
Q:is their 3 overhead rib's? also is it possible to open up the bow end and put in a zipper so access to front deck is possible?Asked on 3/18/2010 by Anonymous from Winoa, MN on the Mississippi
A:There are three overhead ribs and one smaller center rib crossways to tie all three together. Also many velcro straps to keep all the ribs in place. There are also two wind ties in case it gets bad at night. Get the snap replacement kit with pliers when you order just in case one or two snaps break.Answered on 5/4/2010 by Pav from Johnstown, Pa