The Best Jet Ski Covers

The 2 worst things for your jet ski is the Sun and Water. Ironic isn’t it, but it’s true! This is why finding the best Jet Ski cover is so important.

What size do you need? Will it hold up? Is it even worth it? All those questions and more I answer below.

What Size Jet Ski Cover Do You Need?

The biggest question you might have is what size do you need? I’ve made a chart to show the typical sizes for watercraft below to give you an idea. I’ve rounded up to the nearest inch too.

ManufacturerModelLength (Inches)
KawasakiUltra LX133
KawasakiUltra 310 Models133
Sea-Doo2 UP Spark110
Sea-Doo3 UP Spark120
Sea-DooGTI Models133
Sea-DooWake 155133
Sea-DooGTR 230133
Sea-DooGTX Models136
Sea-DooGTR-X 230131
Sea-DooRXT Models136
Sea-DooWake Pro 230136
Sea-DooRXP-X 300131
YamahaEX Models123
YamahaVX Models132
YamahaFX Models140

Still not sure on what size to get? It’s better to get a cover that is too big than one that is not big enough. Your main goal for when it comes to a jet ski cover is to keep the sun off of it. Many of the universal covers you get won’t be a perfect fit but do work fine and can even tighten down too.

OEM Jet Ski Covers

The OEM PWC covers, the ones made by the same manufacturer as your watercraft, are going to fit the best. But this does not mean I consider them the best covers.

I’ve noticed that some people have trouble putting on the OEM covers compared to the universal fitting covers.

Another downside to the OEM covers is there cost. I will say they’re built really well and are thick. But a cover to me is something that will need to be replaced eventually, and I have an easier time buying more affordable universal fitting covers instead. I actually use a universal fitting cover for my Sea-Doo that I go into detail at the bottom.

Let’s look at the universal fitting jet ski covers…

Classic Accessories Stellex PWC Cover

Check out Classic Accessories Stellex (Amazon Link Ad).


Medium fits up to 133 inches

Large fits up to 140 inches

Key Features

  • Rear vents help reduce inside moisture, and wind lofting which is where it blows around (helps to equalize the inside pressure to the outside).
  • Storage bag (always nice to have)
  • Straps for holding it secure.
  • Elastic Bottom Cord to make it easy to put on.
  • Excellent weather protection with a good warranty behind it too.
  • Zippered access allows you access to the inside of the watercraft on either side.

Classic Accessories Lunex RS-1

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Medium fits up to 133 inches

Large fits up to 140 inches

Key Features

  • Made of a grid-like fabric that cuts down on tearing and breaking.
  • UV Protection.
  • Elastic cord allows for quick installs and makes it more secure on the trailer.
  • Venting to cut down on moisture inside of the cover and for towing.
  • Trailer strap.
  • Comes with storage bag (This is useful trust me).
  • Trailerable.
  • Waterproof.

JETPRO Trailerable Jet Ski Cover

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Fits 126″ to 135″ (3 Seater watercraft)

Key Features

  • Heavy duty that holds up well against the sun and rain.
  • Straps around the bottom makes it perfect for towing on trailer.
  • Includes storage bag.
  • Rear vent to help reduce moisture and wind lofting.

Leader Accessories Polyester Jet Ski Cover

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96 to 105 inches

106 to 115 inches

116 to 135 inches

Key Features

  • Water-Repelling
  • Resistance to mold and UV light.
  • Four-ply double sewn seams and no raw edges.
  • Mesh Storage Bag.
  • Rear Air Vents for allowing air out.
  • Elastic cord bottom for easy put-ons.
  • Quick adjustable straps.
  • Front and rear heavy-duty tie-down loops to make it easier for trailering.

What Jet Ski Cover Do I Use?

I personally own a Sea-Doo Spark, and the best jet ski cover I’ve found is this one here. (Amazon Link Ad) I stick with the universal fitting covers nowadays because the OEM ones are just too much to deal with.

This cover works great for me, keeps the sun off of it and the rainwater away from the footwells. I don’t have it on when I trailer the jet ski, but I don’t keep a cover on any jet ski I trailer. I’ve sold and bought many watercraft, and every time I’ve trailered a jet ski the cover would fly off so I don’t do that anymore.

What Else?

After getting a cover for your jet ski don’t forget to check out the other must-have jet ski accessories!

7 thoughts on “The Best Jet Ski Covers”

  1. Thanks again for the informative website. Would you alter any of your suggested after-market covers given the 2021 models? This is purely anecdotal (based on one review posted to Amazon) but it was suggested that 2021 Yamaha VX models are wider than they used to be suggesting some of these covers might not fit. Does this sound accurate to you? Do you think that as long as I got the large cover option from any of the possible providers listed above that I’d be okay for my 2021 Yamaha VX Cruiser HO? Thanks!

    • A large universal cover should fit a VX body, it’s not that much bigger than the last body. The FX might have an issue though. The best fit will always be one from the manufacturer. The most common thing I see when it comes to covers is that people put them on wrong and think it’s too small. The trick is handlebars first, then the nose, and the rear last.

  2. Just put a deposit on the 2021 Seadoo Fish Pro. Its pretty darn long (147″)and with the addition of the LINQ cooler would just going with a Sea Doo branded cover suffice?

  3. Thanks for the INFO my son is looking wanted a bigger SEA DOO GT 230 the looked at the SPARK 3 UP. HOW DO YOU LIKE YOURS? What would you tally son the difference #1 is price But do you like the Spark better for him I think he would not so much receding a BIGGER. He has a SEA RAY he wants something to get on when he dent want to get the big boat out

    • I love my 3up Sea-Doo Spark. Compared to a GTR 230 it’s more playful and way better on gas. But the GTR 230 is going to be faster and more comfortable of a ride. Comparing the two it depends on what you want, do you want playful or speed? If this is his first jet skis maybe give the Spark a try for a season, but if he wants to upgrade to something faster and more comfortable then go with the GTR. My only suggestion if you go with the Spark is to get the models with iBR for better control around the dock. One extra bit, if his Sea Ray is big enough he could easily get attachments for it so he can dock a Spark on the back of it.


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