Boat carpeting can take a beating from the harsh outdoor elements from sun, sand, mud, and just wear and tear over time; it is not surprising that it needs to be replaced from time to time. Whatever its length, type, or age, you can maintain the value of your craft just by updating or upgrading your marine carpet.
Wholesale Marine offers an extensive line of top-quality Lancer marine carpets that are made to last. This carpet is an economical option that comes in 16oz, 20oz, and 24oz options. All are made to be stain-resistant, UV stabilized, and durable to provide long-lasting color. The premium 20 oz and 24 oz carpets have all the benefits of the 16oz, but just provide more cushion and comfort from the additional weight. Wholesale Marine’s boat carpet selections are a breeze to install. Their flexible rubber backing can be easily cut to fit every corner of your deck or below. Make sure to use outdoor adhesives or marine carpet glue, such as Lancer’s 290 Boat Carpet Adhesive.
Vinyl Flooring for Boats
Looking for an alternative to marine carpet, a great option is vinyl boat flooring. It is made with a slip-resistant texture and comes in a variety of colors. Sold by the foot, Wholesale Marine carries MariDeck Vinyl Flooring. Installation is easy on wood, aluminum, or fiberglass surfaces such as aluminum fishing boats, pontoons, ski boats, and houseboats. Be sure to order MariDeck’s Solvent Based Adhesive if used on fiberglass surfaces. A water based adhesive should be used for plywood floors.
Shopping for the marine carpet you need is easy at Wholesale Marine. We are your one-stop for all things boating. Contact our customer service team at 877-388-2628 to discuss your boat flooring and carpeting needs. There are several options to select from, and it is easy to order based on size and weight. All orders over $99 ship free with same day shipping.
Planning on installing your new boat carpet yourself? Check out our blog article: DIY: How to Install Boat Carpet for a step-by-step guide on how to complete this DIY project. The Boater's Blog is a great resource for all things boating including DIY projects, boating basics, and more.