Name in Vinyl Lettering

Nina Lucia

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Do I have to have Name in Vinyl Lettering on sides and transom or just Name on port and starboard dodgers is enough?
Where is good place to get it made if need it,
I need it pretty quick, as we going back in the water next week?
Does any one make them at Beaulieu Boat Jumble tomorrow?
Thanks
 
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Do I have to have Name in Vinyl Lettering on sides and transom or just Name on port and starboard dodgers is enough?
Where is good place to get it made if need it,
I need it pretty quick, as we going back in the water next week?
Does any one make them at Beaulieu Boat Jumble tomorrow?
Thanks

There's usually somebody at Beaulieu who can make the signs up for you but I wouldn't panic about it. You're not likely to be shot at dawn if you haven't got everything quite right for a while.
 

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I have always found SAC Graphics do an excellent job, I believe they have an express service if necessary; but it would not be unknown to stick the name on from the tender, just do it before going to the pub !
 

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Yep, boat is registered as a pleasure craft on Part I of the Register

Then your carving and marking note will tell you. From memory, the boat name must and port of registry must be displayed on the transom, or for those of us without transoms (transae?) on both sides at the back. Again from memory, the name has to be at least 80mm high and the port 50mm.
 
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