AA2024-T3 are widely used in various applications because of their exceptional physical properties. However, they are susceptible to corrosion and cavitation erosion in aggressive environments due to high concentration of copper. Sol-gel coatings in the field of corrosion prevention are emerging. Improved thickness of coatings significantly improves the barrier effect of the coatings, thereby improving their operational-life in industrial applications. To date, a limited amount of work has been carried out in determining the effect of hybrid sol-gel coatings on abrasion and cavitation erosion of AA2024-T3. The present study investigates the effect of thickness of the coatings on morphology, corrosion, abrasion and cavitation erosion properties of the prepared hybrid sol-gel coatings deposited on AA2024-T3 surfaces. The hybrid sol-gels have been synthesized from 3-trimethoxysilylpropylmethacrylate (MAPTMS), and a zirconium complex prepared from the chelation of zirconium n-propoxide (ZPO), and methacrylic acid (MAAH). AA-2024 T3 were coated using single-dip, double-dip and triple-dip. Abrasion and cavitation erosion tests were performed according to the relevant standards. Structural damage caused by corrosion, abrasion and cavitation erosion was studied by Optical Microscope and Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). Corrosion protection performance of the coatings was tested using Open Circuit Potential (OCP) and Potentiodynamic polarization (PDS). Results indicated that the multilayer coated samples improved the corrosion, cavitation erosion and abrasion resistance of AA2024-T3. Hence, the prepared silica-based coatings can be proposed as a potential choice for marine renewable energy applications.