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zacthedog
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i have taken the old name off of my boat and would now like to get the lettering for the new name, any recamondation of where to buy it and what quality to go for ?

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boulters marine advertise that they make boat names vinyl ones i think check out there website

http://www.boultermarine.co.uk/

Regards Adi, Michelle and Beck.

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Jan-09-2010 @ 10:02 PM                           Permalink
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As said above Sony is the man to talk to he does them and is spot on with them you need to know what hight you will require and what colour and what style and he will make them for you they also run a fitting service for a few bob more as there prices are very sensible.

I'm loving'it

clive

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hi gary,
gary i went to a local graphics / sign shop , looked at variuos fonts / designs / colours etc , also i belive your on the same mooring us me at Broadsedge , if you decide to get someone in to fit them on your boat for you , please get permission of dave there , seen a few people last year get slung of as the boat owners did'nt get permisson ,
cheers and good luck  

steve and vicky

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no i'll fit them me self, used to make temporary roadsigns at a previous employment so no trouble there, as there lettering quality not upto boating standards and the idiot what made the lettering couldn't spell, made for some interesting road/ constuction signs (yes i know i can't spell either but i am not using an american spell check...)

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I have used SAC Marine boat lettering They have a good website and a good catalogue. Prices are reasonable and the quality is good. I ordered from  them about 7 years ago and the lettering is still perfect and it was easy to apply. Dave R..

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Zac,
Why are you changing your boat name?
Is this the begining?
With all the unrest on the forum i think a lot of members will be having new names, growing beards(or shaving them off) and wearing tin hats.

I'm not telling you my new name!

This year when i apply for my visa to cross Breydon Water and go north i think it could be rejected.

Keep smiling

MALCOLM

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no cloak and dagger when i bought the boat we almays planned to give her our own name so as the wife let me buy the boat i suggested we name it after our last dog who we had for 17yrs that brought a tear to her eye, boats name will be Penny D (penny dog)
if zac dies i'll have to buy another boat

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Penny D, that will be worth a million pounds to you, funny how attached we get to our pets.


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I got mine through e-bay. If you do a search there are plenty advertising. You can choose your own size/colour/font and e mail through in a word document.
They will then provide the price to make up.

Colingy

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