Nautilus Covers: Products
Full Custom Fitted Boat Covers for towing and storage, Enclosures, Biminis, Dodgers, Fly Bridge Covers, Mainsail Covers, Jib Bags, Wind Curtains, Windless Covers, Awnings and Sun Shades, Window Covers, Binnacle Covers, Instrument Covers, Chair/Deck Covers, Interior Upholstery Work, Custom Coordinated Bedding.
We fabricate our own frames for enclosures, bikinis, dodgers etc. from the best grade 316-065 gauge stainless steel and use only 40 gauge, optically sound vinyl for windows.
Canopies and covers for; wheels, blades, wings and seats. Fire retardant materials available that meet Aviation criteria.
Covers for computer control panel boxes, generators, power tools, heavy equipment as well as clean room partitions and filters. 18 oz. vinyl serves industrial applications well and is available with Fire Retardant coating that meets government regulation.
We design covers for barbeques and barbeque islands, patio/deck furniture cushions and covers, awnings and sunshades.
These product listings cannot encompass all the different specialty products Nautilus Covers can offer. We are a custom shop and work to meet your specific needs for your specific application.
Connie Sedacca offers design services to create a prototype for your individual project or need.
Nautilus Covers offers a variety of different fabrics to accommodate specific applications including Aqualon, Weblon, Soltis and Sunbrella Canvas.
Retractable awnings are the "Cadillac" of awnings, ideal for covering patio. The retractable awning is unique in that it may be extended as needed and only as far as needed offering unlimited utility. You can adjust the tilt of the awning up to 45 degrees from the straight out position. But it's not made to be used in high winds, heavy rains or snow.
Electric motors which are optional are recommended with outdoor plug-ins. Electric motors can also be on a remote control and include wind and sun sensors to open and close automatically.
If retractable awning is exposed to sunlight and weather, a protective hood would be a worthwhile purchase, but if it's under an eve or soffit, a hood is probably not necessary.