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Exterior Wrapping


Vinyl wrap films have come a long way since their introduction in the 1990´s.  Nowadays there are a myriad of colours and finishes to choose from which can be applied to a vessel´s exterior surfaces – from the entire hull, to the superstructure and even radar domes.  The range of exterior finishes is extensive – matte, gloss, satin, pearlescent, carbon fiber and even chrome.

Whilst vinyl is not meant as a replacement to paint, it is a cost-effective alternative and can be installed over the existing paint work.  If you are not yet ready to take the leap of turning your boat from white to bright, but would like to protect your paintwork then the option of applying a transparent, self-healing Paint Protection Film is the solution – easy to apply and remove.

Cost Efficient

Material and labour costs can be as low as 30% of the cost of painting or gel coating. When the cost of dock fees and tenting are considered, the value benefits of vinyl wrapping increase further.

Time Scale

The vessel will not need to shut down for vinyl works. Any other trades not creating significant amounts of dust will be able to continue to work as normal. Vinyl application is usually quicker than that of painting, and requires minimal curing time.


As with all finishes, the climate and position of the film will effect its longevity. As a rule of thumb, film applied on a horizontal surface, such as a roof, will degrade quicker than that applied on a vertical surface, such as a hull. Lighter colours tend to fade less quickly than darker colours. For high traffic areas, one can apply paint protection films, which are optically clear self-healing protective coatings.


Generally, cleaning with a soft cloth and fresh water is sufficient for keeping vinyl clean. Harsh abrasives and solvents should be avoided. Should any damage occur to the wrap, it can ordinarily be patched with most repairs being carried out in situ with no need for hauling out or tenting.


Vinyl film can be removed to reveal the underlying surface in the same condition as it was prior to application. The film protects the hull from UV degradation and moisture ingress.