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Old 10-06-2011, 09:37 AM   #1
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vynal wrapping hull?

Morning,

Anyone out there got any experience with vynal Wrap's on powerboar hulls? is it a long term solution or will it need redoing every few months??

obviously, just looking at hull sides above the waterline.

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We wrapped the topsides of the Garmin powerboat in 2007 and it still looks good. Speak to Anna @ Steam Graphics 07977 120046, Based at Hamle Point Marina.
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Old 10-06-2011, 10:32 AM   #3
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thanks Iain,

Will give them a try!
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Old 10-06-2011, 11:18 AM   #4
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We wrapped the topsides of the Garmin powerboat in 2007 and it still looks good. Speak to Anna @ Steam Graphics 07977 120046, Based at Hamle Point Marina.
Ian, I have to say it's more than a bit gauling to see you 'pushing' steam graphics (a company belonging to your partner Anna) on Boatmad, considering the fact that some time ago you asked for a trade advertising account for 'Steam', had me make you an animated banner and run it on the forum, then failed to pay the agreed invoice for the trade membership / ad, and for some months totally ignored all attempted communication, finally giving me no option but to remove the ad and move the unpaid invoice into the 'time waster' bin in my accounts.

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Old 10-06-2011, 02:53 PM   #5
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Try Raccoon, they sponsored me last year, mention myself and they are based near Eastleigh. They did the Buzzi Rib for myself. They did a good job.
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There's a lambo done by raccoon over here and it's awesome, they did a great job!
For the topsides I'd expect you to get 2-3 years life from them. Providing they stay on, I'd expect the same from the sides but I'd imagine the water will peel them sooner than that, especially if the boat is left in the drink. I looked into it quite a bit for the revenger.

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I've never seen a boat wrapped that works for me, there's always an area on the boat where it falls off, bubbles or just looks crap!
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Thanks all

Strange question but anyone had a wrap on a leisure boat rather than a race boat?

Painting is the other option of course but guessing the cost of painting would cover a lot of wraps!
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Thanks all

Strange question but anyone had a wrap on a leisure boat rather than a race boat?

Painting is the other option of course but guessing the cost of painting would cover a lot of wraps!
top notch signs , in heritage way gosport, they were going to wrap my van, they do boats also, good luck
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Old 11-06-2011, 03:18 PM   #12
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Speak to Jason at signimages.co.uk he is good at it.
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Definition Graphics - sales@definitiongraphics.co.uk did a good job on cars for Le Mans
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