Full hull wrapping: hull, decorations, text and graphics.
Interior: furniture, walls and ceilings, pentry, heads.
Window tinting and surface protection.
Graphic- and interior design by professionals.
Caring for your vinyl boat wrap is extremely easy. Just as with a paint or gelcoat finish, you need to be careful to avoid bumps and scratches. But on the whole, it's a lot easier to keep a vinyl wrap looking like new than a paint finish or gelcoat.
Antifouling Once the wrap is applied should the next layer of antifouling be applied 2-5mm over the edge of the vinyl to keep the seal secure.
Lifting in / out Just like a new paint job, care should also be taken to protect your new vinyl boat wrap from the lift straps or cradle strops when hauling back in, and we recommend the use of protective sheets to cover Travelift strops. The boat should be well balanced in the lift so the strops don't move and 'grab' the vinyl as the boat is lifted. Any pins or fittings in the strops should be placed below the waterline so as not to damage the wrap.
Fenders Use soft covers or socks for fenders to protect your vinyl wrap, as rubber fenders can "grab" at the vinyl and wrinkle or even tear it.
Cleaning your vinyl boat wrap Use only soap and water to keep your vinyl boat wrap clean. Make sure you don't use any abrasive cleaners or cloths on your boat wrap, and don't use any solvents either, as this can damage the vinyl. Vinyl surfaces cannot be waxed or polished using any substances.
Water blasting High pressure water blasting can lift the edge of your vinyl wrap and force water underneath, so make sure you (or the yard employee) take care when water blasting, and avoid high pressure water around the waterline and vinyl edges. We also recommend that you antifoul just over the edge of your vinyl wrap to further guard against lifting or peeling.
Repair Vinyl boat wraps are incredibly easy to repair by professional vinyl installer if damaged. The affected area is just cut out, measured, a suitable patch cut and applied. Small fixes can be applied by non-professional also using the care kit provided. If applied correctly, the joins should be practically invisible when viewed from a few metres away or more. And because vinyl is very fade-resistant, you won't need to worry about colour-matching.
New technologies have disrupted businesses over the years and decades. Boat wrapping has become the disrupting technology for boat surfaces lately and we are right partner for applying it. Vinyl films are durable, good looking and stylish materials for any boat. Material is fast to install, easy to maintain and they protect the original surface perfectly for years. Wrapping offers a solution that gives the perfect looks and endurance for years.
We operate in Finland but offer services all over Europe.