Mermaid and Pirate Ship


Extend the life of your trailer’s spare tire by protecting it from the sun, dirt, grime, and road salt with this weather-resistant vinyl cover. The elastic-trimmed rear opening gives a snug fit, and the vented bottom lets moisture escape. High-Quality Material – This Cover Is Made From High-Quality, Durable Vinyl.
Note: These Tire Covers Can Keep Wheels In Good Shape And Extend Their Service Life, Please Measure It Before Buy It.Mermaid and Pirate Ship

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Mermaid and Pirate Ship Tire Cover

Tire Cover


This Tire Cover shows the image of a mystical Mermaid in admiration of a Pirate Ship on a black tire cover.

Our Spare Tire Cover is printed on a heavy-weight Automotive, Marine 32-ounce expandable vinyl. The tire cover is held on by a strong shock cord sewn into the back edge.

Popular with all Jeep, 4 x 4, RV, Camper, Motor Home, and Trailer Owners.

Recommended by Automotive Dealerships Worldwide.

The average Life Cycle of our Tire Cover is 3 to 5 years.

Anti-Theft Grommets,  Security Cable & Lock, are Available.


In folklore, a mermaid is an aquatic creature with the head and upper body of a female human and the tail of a fish. Mermaids appear in the folklore of many cultures worldwide, including the Near East, Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Pirate Ship

While the swashbuckling pirates who sailed the seas romancing are long gone, their carefree lifestyle and adventures still remain in the hearts of many people today through literature, movies, and computer games. It might come as a surprise to you that many of the successful pirate captains didn’t have extravagant pirate ships. Their home upon the sea was just a part of their lifestyle, a necessity rather than a luxury. Look below at some famous pirate ships, actual or fictitious, in our history.

Did you know that the real life of pirates during the Golden Age of Piracy was less glamorous than you may have been led to believe? While many people have been taught a romanticized notion of pirates, the reality of the daily life of a real pirate was difficult and uncomfortable. Continue reading below to learn real-life tidbits about pirates.

What was a Pirate Ship?

In one sense, there was no such thing as a “pirate” ship. There was no shipyard where pirates could go and commission and pay for a pirate ship to their specifications. A pirate ship is defined as any vessel whose sailors and crew are engaged in piracy. Thus, anything from a raft or canoe to a massive frigate or man of war could be considered a pirate vessel. Pirates could and did use tiny boats, even canoes when nothing else was at hand.