When you’re running a commercial tour boat, a faded paint job is bad for business. But re-painting and applying replacement graphics to this boat would have cost a small fortune, not to mention the added cost of having the boat out of action for weeks while the job was completed.
Instead, a vinyl wrap to the outsides of the hulls allowed this charter operator to give her boat a new lease of life, at a fraction of the cost of a paint job, and in a fraction of the time too.
In addition, the original graphics which were still in good shape, did not have to be removed. The new red vinyl was simply trimmed around them, further reducing the cost and time to complete the job.