Pontoon boat Bimini tops are one of those accessories that you will need to change every few years. If you can manage to get 5 to 6 years out of yours, then you’re doing pretty good, as over time they will get mildew stains, tear, or the frames can buckle.
But, here’s the thing. Go to your local dealer to buy a pontoon boat Bimini top replacement and you are going to get a shock. It’s not unheard of for the prices to be in the four-figure range.
Don’t give them that money, it’s not worth it, unless you’re looking to buy an electric powered Bimini (and I recommend one of those lower down the page).
Given the short-life of these things I would always recommend that you look for a deal, and buy a low-cost cover with the boot, hardware, and frame. They honestly don’t take long to install, and you will make a huge saving.
So, what are the best pontoon boat Biminis?
I’ve purchased two before, any my buddy has recently purchased a double. You can see my reviews below for the ones I have used, plus a couple of recommendations from my pontooning buddies.
Handy Hint: As I have no idea on what size you want or how many bows the recommendations below are a selection of sizes. You will have to go through to the manufacturer I link to and select the right size and color for you.
Best replacement pontoon boat Bimini top (frame & canvas)
Below you can see the two canvas tops, cover, and frame kits that I have owned over the last few years. Both come recommended, but have different price points.