Do you need a mattress for a boat? Our marine bedding experts build custom v berth mattresses, v berth bedding, v berth cushions, yacht mattresses, custom yacht bedding, boat berths and marine bunks using top quality, high-density foam. We also manufacture custom memory foam toppers that fit perfectly in any v berth, state room, captain's cabin or crew quarters.
V Berth Bedding & Custom Bedding For Boats
Fight Condensation & Moisture Buildup
If you want to eliminate onboard condensation problems once and for all, we recommend HyperVent matting. This revolutionary product not only reduces dampness under mattresses, bunk pads and cushions, it fights dangerous mold and mildew.
HyperVent is a special polymer spun into stiff, flexible 3/4 inch loops. The loops are bonded to a breathable layer of fabric. Together, they allow fresh air to continually circulate under mattresses, pads and cushions. Best of all, you can't feel it even under a thin mattress.
We custom-cut HyperVent matting to fit beneath many of the marine pads and mattreses we manufacture for pleasure boats, sailboats, yachts and commercial vessels. Drop by our showroom and we'll show you how it works!
Mac's Custom Canvas & Marine Upholstery
BOAT CUSHION & CANVAS
Cleaning & Repair
51st & 15 Avenue Northwest
There's a simple reason Seattle's Commercial Fishing Fleet turns to Mac's Upholstry for custom marine bedding, bunk mattresses and sleeping berth cushions. They trust Mac's because our technicians use only the finest marine grade foams and fabrics when manufacturing boat bedding, custom boat mattresses, boat bunks, marine mattresses, v berth bedding, v berth cushions and v berth mattresses. Our marine bedding is durable and comfortable.
Boat Bedding, Marine Bunks & Berths
Pleasure boat owners count on Mac's for the same reasons and more. Our custom bedding for boats, mattresses for boats, v berth cushions, v berth bedding and v berth mattresses are not only durable, they look great!
They look great and they're convenient. Custom foam boat mattresses manufactured by Mac's Marine Upholstery can be hinged and bent for easy storage and moving.
Yacht Mattresses & Bedding For State Rooms
We also manufacture custom yacht mattresses, yacht bedding and bedding for state rooms. In fact, Mac's Marine Upholstery is one of the few shops in the entire Pacific Northwest where demanding yacht owners will find the best custom marine bedding, custom yacht interiors and custom made canvas.
Custom Mattresses For RVs, Campers & Home
Our custom bedding and marine mattresses are not only excellent for ships, yachts and boats, they're great for RV’s and campers. We can personalize headboards, bolsters, duvets, sheets, comforters, pillows and mattress covers. To put the final touch on your bedding project why not add new curtains, new hull lining or custom carpets?
When you need a mattress for a boat, bedding for a yacht or bedding for a boat bunk call Mac's. We pledge superior workmanship, excellent customer service and on-time delivery. Call today for your free estimate.
How to Make Custom Marine Bedding Covers
Mac's Upholstery manufactures bedding for yachts and pleasure craft. Seattle's commercial fishing and crabbing fleets also count on us for comfortable, durable marine bedding.
Since no two boats -- or bunks -- are exactly the same, it's important to first climb on board and draw patterns of each individual bunk. The bunks on small boats tend to be slightly beveled to match the hull's pitch. The hulls of larger vessels, such as the commercial crabber for which this bedding is being manufactured, usually accommodate more standard shaped sleeping cushions.
Zipper Placement for Commercial Vessels
After selecting and sizing the foam to match the bunk's pattern, we measure and cut the cover. For this project, ticking made from artifical fabric is a much better choice than natural fabric. It's both less expensive and mildew resistant -- important considerations in a demanding marine environment.
Commercial bedding differs from bedding we manufacture for most yachts and pleasure craft. To keep costs down, we sew the zipper into the bottom of the side panel instead of the center.
While this method requires that the 'zipper side' always remains down, it streamlines the manufacturing process and keeps the cost down.