Frequently Asked Questions

No, as a typical vinyl hull wrap only costs about 1/3 the price of a comparable paint job!
Most definitely YES!  As vinyl does not need the standard twice-annual buffing and polishing that standard gelcoat does, a vinyl wrap will pay for itself in approximately 2.5 – 3 years.

Generally, the boat is hauled and washed on day 1.   It will then our experienced team will take us a day or two to wrap the hull after which your yacht can be relaunched.   So in general, the boat will be in the yard and out of the water for 3 – 4 days, so you don’t even have to miss a single weekend of boating enjoyment.

As most hull wraps are done outdoors, a moderate temperate is best, something between 65 – 80 degrees.    We can install the film outside of those temperatures, but that is the ideal range.  Interior films can be applied all year round.

Yes and it’s very easy in fact.  As we always purchase extra vinyl when doing a job, we would simply trim out the damaged portion and apply the new piece to fill the void with a slight overlap.   As the new material is from the same roll as the original wrap, the color match will be perfect.

The color fade warranty on most vinyl films is 5 years and our installation warranty is 1 year against installation failure due to workmanship.  Material failure from damage, neglect, mistreatment, etc is not covered.

Vinyl will stick to most surfaces with the major application limitation being significant compound curves.  However, with our staff being experts on yacht applications, we’re very experienced in dealing with the large compound curves typically found on the forward portion of a yacht’s hull.   So the only real limitation is your imagination!   If you can imagine it, we can most likely bring it to life!


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