Boat Fender Accessories
Whether you're hanging your fenders out for a new voyage or storing them for the evening, our boat fender accessories not only help protect your boat's hull but also make docking, mooring, and rafting easier. Shop lines, covers, holders, adjusters and more.
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Keep Your Fenders in Tip-Top Shape
Lippert has the boat fender accessories you need from our boat fender covers, fender lines, boat fender holders and boat fender adjusters. Our fender accessories are designed to protect your fenders against damage, make it easy to adjust fender heights and provide a safe place to store them when they are not in use.
Our boat fender covers keep your fenders in great shape. Made with a durable material that won’t mar or scratch your boat, these fenders are available in many sizes, sure to fit your boat fenders. Boaters rely on our covers to keep their fenders lasting for a long time.
When you’re docking or rafting in unfamiliar areas, you need to quickly adjust your fender heights to safeguard your boat from damage. Lippert has a collection of fender adjusters that will help you get them to the exact height you need. We also have fender lines to keep your fenders in place. Trust the brand that boaters have been using for decades.
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Fenders, Bumpers & Buoys - What You Need to Know!
Protecting your boat is important. Find out how fenders, bumpers and buoys can help you from taking on any damage to your boat when docking, mooring, or rafting with other boats.
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What Size Fenders do I need for My Boat? - Boat Fender Size Chart
It goes without saying that protecting the hull from damage is a top priority for boaters. The right size boat fenders provide necessary cushioning against damage caused by docks and other boats. With so many options available, how can you know which fender is best for your vessel? Checkout our convenient boat fender size chart to choose the right fender size for your boat.
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Types of Boat Hulls
The boat’s hull is the section that sits in the water. The type and design of the hull determines the type of ride in the water, which can be either choppy or smooth. Learn about the types of boat hulls in our blog.