This week had the amazing pleasure of installing motor yacht MILLER TIME’s awesome lighted yacht sign! This yacht is a 52′ Sunseeker 2020
The LED’s can dance with a rainbow of colors (as video shows), dance with a solid color or it can be a solid color with plenty of color options to choose from! With stainless steel letters it would also look cool if you wanted to keep the lights off.
MILLER TIME is ready for the weekend and good ol’ South Florida fun!
Have a question about getting a light yacht sign? Please feel free to contact us – we are here to help achieve you yacht signage needs!
An amazing vinyl yacht name we did on this great Sportfish Yacht.
The definition of this great boat name is ‘Relating to or suggestive of an empire on a sovereign, especially an emperor or empress: imperial rule; the imperial palace, Ruling over extensive territory’s and having supreme authority
Now it makes sense, doesn’t it!
This yacht the Sportfish, is known for sport fishing the hull is designed to go through any sea conditions and some are even equipped with tournament fishing options. For instance some have kill boxes, tuna towers, live bait wells, ice makers & a tackle station! Two main reason to own a vessel like this are, deep water & huge fish!
The owner of this yacht means business! With a great yacht and a strong yacht name he is ready to take over the sea! We wish him & his crew “tight lines”!
Here is a fantastic name board we did for a gorgeous Grand Banks trawler
Naming boats has been a tradition for many years and it was originally based all on fear! Something always bad seemed to happen with unnamed boats…..so they say.
It was a safeguard you see, some Christians would name their boats after saints while originally boats were named after sea gods for protection. It all also could have started with sailors believing in ancient gods then switched to goddesses which leads us to the present, as most magnificent vessels are named after a close, strong female in the life of an owner.
Whatever the case may be now a days you can name your boat whatever you like! Over the years here at Signs of Reilly we have seen some spectacular names! What would you name your boat? Give us a can we can help you design it! Whether its a cool name board like this, a vinyl name or a awesome lighted yacht sign we are here for you!
Here is a boot stripe we did last week on this beautiful 41′ Pursuit in a beautiful metallic silver.
A boot stripe is a line that runs along the length of your vessel. Normally it is positioned a few inches above the water line. A boot stripe gives a aesthetic look and creates an optical illusion that makes your vessel look much longer! The boot stripe defines the separation of between the water lines on your boat. Over all it gives the boat a very clean finished look!
Here at Signs of Reilly we offer a wide variety of vinyl boot stripes tape, we have amazing different colors to choose from and of course different variations of widths.
Its a fun simple in design way to make your vessel stand out and look sharp on the water! Give us a call today, we would love to help you achieve your boot stripe goal!
One of the most exciting things about owning a boat or yacht with our company SignsofReilly is that you can brand or name it as you wish. Unlike other possessions that we cannot easily customize, you can put your name or that of your company on your latest gem easily and quickly without necessarily marring its beauty. You can do this through the more traditional ‘wet method or opt for, the less mainstream ‘dry’ method. Even before we delve into the specifics of these two approaches, here is a quick primer on some of the things that you ought to know about these two vinyl boat lettering service methods with our company.
1. For starters, the ‘wet’ approach is best reserved for longer names of larger graphics. These are those massive letterings that could go on a transorm. Generally speaking, if the distance from the middle of the name to one of the edges in greater than the length of your arm, you might want to go for the ‘wet’ method. And while at it, you might also want to enlist some help from a helping hand.
2. Secondly, the ‘dry’ method/approach works best fro smaller ports of calls, letters, and minuscule registration numbers.
3. Regardless of the method that you choose to go with, you will need a tape measure, a good ruler, glass cleaner, pin/razor, paper towels, and, of course, the squeegee that was shipped with the letters/graphics. On the other hand, the ‘wet’ approach calls for spray bottle filled with dish soap mixed water ( three drops per two cups of water ). The dry method needs an extra pair of scissors.
4. You will have better results with the wet method if the temperatures outside range between 60 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The dry method, on the other end of the spectrum, can work with anything above 45 degrees. For both lettering approaches, the initial step has to be cleaning up the surface on which the lettering/graphics label is to be placed using a glass cleaner. This ought to be done thoroughly and the area completely dried using a paper towel.
5. Wrap your car, boat or anything and make it look like a million bucks. We can do all sort of boat and car wraps with your favorite graphics and wrapping. Make anything stand out and look like a new paint job by letting us wrap over your boat or car.
After this, you can start.
A. The Wet Method
It heavily banks on the application of graphics onto the yacht’s surface then spraying it with a mixture of soap and water and allowing the combination to dry on its own. Remember that the spray is meant to aid you in sliding the graphics or letters around for easy placement. As long as the letters and numbers are sufficiently wet, the letters will slide into position easily. In addition to this, once these letters are in place, remember to squeegee them to get rid of the excess water and air trapped under the vinyl.
B. The Dry Method
The dry method is just but another name for conventional approach of masking letters/graphics on a clean surface using a masking tape, them pulling the paper backing off once the whole assembly is in place. That being said, make sure that you get rid off the center line tape first before the rest of the backing. Otherwise, it is advisable to do away with the transfer line by peeling it out gently rather than yanking it off the boat. The latter can easily lift off the letters thus ruining the entire process.