Boat Mattress Ventilation

July 16th, 2016

A common problem with boat mattresses is that condensation often builds up under the mattress. This can cause many issues with mattresses, and even cause boaters to purchase a new mattress. In fact, we have replaced dozens of mattresses over our 60 years of business due to this issue. While many people elect to install expensive ventilation systems, use pads, or other anti-condensation devices.

At Schrader Mattress, our custom mattresses are created with special materials that may help to reduce condensation and increase ventilation in, under, and around your mattress. While it may be nearly impossible to completely prevent condensation without a true ventilation system or air conditioning in your cabin, our custom boat mattress materials will help increase your overall experience.

Materials to Decrease Condensation Buildup

Our team is able to work with many different materials, each of which may be able to greatly decrease condensation buildup on your mattress. These materials are meant to increase ventilation so the condensation does not stick to your mattress, giving you a more comfortable night of sleep. Some of the materials we use include:

  • High-Resilient Foam
  • Latex Foam
  • Combo Foam
  • Visco Foam
  • Innerspring

In addition, we are able to add many features to these beds to add comfort, and also create them in any size necessary for your boat, sailboat, houseboat, or yachts sleeping arrangement.

Boat Forums for Mattress Ventilation

Each of the following links go directly to the associated forum related to boat mattress ventilation.

If you are interested in having Schrader Mattress create a custom marine mattress to help increase ventilation and prevent mattress condensation, we welcome you to contact us today. Our team has created thousands of mattresses, and has been in business for 60 years and counting. We have created mattresses for people all over the world including the rich and famous, and are ready to create the perfect mattress for you, today.