Updated: Nov 29, 2021
A recent project done here in Gosford, NSW.
The full wrap, inside and the outside of the hull (except underneath) of a Bayliner 215 for a good customer.
Our designer came up with a terrific design, exactly what the customer wanted utilising a carbon fiber pattern over a black background with some abstract art incorporating the copper/bronze tones that were wanted for the makeover.
Todd Burton from Premium Marine Flooring (www.premiummarineflooring.com.au) who is the NSW distributor for Ultralon U-Dek then completed the look with a custom CNC cut durable foam decking installation.
It's surprising just how much time these jobs take with 9 man days being soaked up by this project for the design, print and wrap. The devil is in the detail, with the assembly and re-assembly of the boat taking up a large amount of time. To get the best possible finish access hatches were installed on the inside walls of the bow to allow us to reach the bolts on the back of the cleats and front handles so these could be removed and sprayed black. We took off the windscreen, wake tower, removed the seats, the air vents, the speakers, the engine cover, handles, etc.
It was all worth it in the end, as the customer was stoked with the result and the transformation of the boat, all with vinyl and foam!