Enjoy all the comforts of a real mattress on your boat with one of our custom made foam mattresses! You can select from genuine PostureSense memory foam, Natural Latex, an all natural foam used in our organic mattresses, or our sailboat mattress foam. Boat mattresses made from any of these premium foams can be constructed with a firm supportive base layer that offers proper spinal support, and a softer contouring top "comfort" layer that increases circulation, resulting in a deeper, more restful night's sleep. These foam mattresses come with excellent warranties and can last 20 years or more without losing (more than 10%) firmness or forming depressions.
We can help you design and customize a boat mattress that will offer years of comfort and deep sleep. The thickness of a boat mattress is often restricted to 4"–6" (10–15 cm) and will often serve the dual purposes of sleeping and sitting. Therefore, the best performing, and most comfortable, option involves the combination of a firm, supportive base layer that is usually 3" (8 cm) topped with a comfort layer of 2"–3" of higher quality softer foam. At your request, we will bond the layers together to prevent shifting.
Perhaps your boat mattress is too hard or just old and in need of some upgrading. In that case, try one of our foam toppers. We can customize any standard sized mattress topper for an extra $10–$25 labor (simply make this request by using the "Add comments" link found in the shopping cart). This cut-to-size option is important since it is often less expensive to order a standard sized foam cut down to size. This particularly applies to our natural latex foam and memory foam toppers. If you are unsure of the best option, please contact us. We are happy to help you create the most economical solution.
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Keep reading below for more great information on making a wonderful boat mattress. If you have questions or need help, please call one of our product specialists at (415) 503-1188 to help assist you in building the boat mattress of your dreams!
Boat interiors are frequently moist. This moisture gets trapped between your mattress and the platform below. To help avoid problems with mold or mildew, air your mattresses or cushions outside in the sun every couple of days, but don't remove the covers.
When you are not using your boat, store your mattresses vertically in the aisle. For added protection, you can sprinkle anti-fungal powder (found at most drug stores to treat conditions like athletes foot) on the platforms below your boat mattress, as well as on the bottom side of your marine mattress.
Most foams may be exchanged if you don't like the density you have chosen. See exact details during checkout.
While ordering your boat mattress, you'll have the option to add cording. For the 2- and 3-piece v berth consider adding the comment: "cording should go on the edges and not the center pieces." You may feel the cording in the middle if it's present.