Have you been out on the water in your old boat when a graphics laden speedboat passes by? Have you thought to yourself how nice it would be to be able to afford a beautiful boat like that? Well you might be surprised to find out that you can transform your boring old boat and turn it into a beautiful one-of-a-kind design by simply having a boat wrap installed.
Just like cars and trucks on the road, vinyl graphic wraps can be installed to the surface of your boat as well. Vinyl is printed with the graphics of your choice and the installation is often quick and easy. You may be able to have your boat back in the water within one or two days.
Many people will choose to plastic wrap at the installation shop to have a custom wrap printed. You can have nearly anything you want printed on your boat wrap. If you are an avid fisherman you may have a landscape featuring your favorite sport fish. Or, if your boat is a speedboat you may opt for a design which showcases its speed. Many stock boat wrap designs can also be a great choice. There are tons of great designs to choose from in just about every niche possible.
Often the installation is done at a marina or boat dealership. However, there are many different shops which specialize in applying vehicle wraps which will also install boat wraps for you.
The cost for having stretch wrap installed is usually significantly less than having a custom paint job. The turnaround is much quicker also. Having your boat wrapped will usually cost somewhere from $2-$5000. The cost can vary greatly depending on whether or not you have a custom design and how much of the boat you are having wrapped. It is often much cheaper to have small vinyl graphics installed at certain points on the boat. However, if your boat is starting to show its age it may be wiser to cover the entire boat with vinyl wrap.
So next time you look at your old boat think about the cost of replacing it, think about what a brand-new vinyl wrap could do for your boat. This is often a great alternative to buying a new boat and can save you a lot of money. Always look for certified installers to make sure your wrap will last. Also be certain they are using quality vinyl and printing ink.