Naming a boat is fun. It's what makes your boat uniquely your own and stand out both out on the water and docked.
Design custom personal boat names and graphics for your boat constructed with self-adhesive waterproof vinyl, pre-spaced, masked and ready to apply. Easy to apply and very reasonably priced, these boat graphics and lettering are made from a durable, waterproof vinyl that will look great for years.
Ideal for sail boats or other larger boats that have an area larger enough for the name and port of your boat. Naming and designing vinyl lettering and graphics for your boat is becoming more and more popular with all types of boats (pontoon boats, speed boats, ski boats, fishing/bass boats, and even personal water crafts such as jet skis and wave runners).
For some of these smaller boats, many have started naming both port and starboard sides of their boats. Our vinyl boat lettering comes pre-spaced with self-adhesive backing ready for an easy installation.
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If you are looking for vinyl boat registration number sets you've come to the right place.
Design your own vinyl boat registration numbers online. Our state of the art online design tool provides you with the tools to create your registration letters interactively.
Any motorized boat in the United States must contain boat registration numbers on the hull of the boat. You will find that this information can vary slightly by state. Most states require that the boat registration letters be no less than 3 inches tall and in block lettering. This will ensure compliance with local and state laws.
Vinyl Boat Registration Numbers must be in contrasting color to the background and be distinctly visible and legible. If the background of the surface of the vessel is multi-colored or patterned (i.e. paisley pattern or product graphics), it may be necessary to block out an area in a single color to allow the numbers to be distinctly visible.
There must be spaces or hyphens between number and letter groupings equal to any letter or number other than "I" or "1". Numbers must read from left to right. These tenets are self-explanatory, and need no further clarification.
National standardization of examination and enforcement is vital to promote understanding of, compliance with, and continuity regarding the numbering regulations. It is critical that all Recreational Boating Safety partners (Vessel Examiners, State Law Enforcement personnel, and Coast Guard personnel) adhere to the same criteria and apply the same standard when conducting vessel safety checks.