Yacht wrapping is the process of installing a vinyl film layer to the hard, smooth surfaces of a yacht. Be that paint, gelcoat, varnished wood, or any other surface that suitable.

The vinyl is on a roll, and is manufactured in a flat, smooth state. To apply the vinyl, it is removed from the roll and the backing liner and adhered to the surface with its own self-adhesive. When it is installed to a hard surface, it takes on the properties of the substrate it is adhered to.

After installation, the surfaces that have been wrapped will appear as if they have been painted with a high-quality marine paint. In fact, a lot of vinyl finishes far exceed the standard of finish of paint, as the factory manufacturing process ensures a blemish-free result, and very often in an effect impossible to achieve with paint. The choice of colours are vast, super high gloss metallics, matt and satin, and a whole array of textured finishes like carbon fibre and brushed metal.

We can wrap all exterior yacht surfaces; hull, superstructure, outdoor seating and sunbed bases, exterior galleys, jacuzzi exteriors etc. We will make your boat look like new!

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We take the mystery out of yacht wrapping, saving you time & money! Yacht & boat wrapping solutions that are provided on time & on budget!

Quick refurb and makeover | Wrapping the hull of a yacht can be achieved in a fraction of the time needed to prepare a boat for paint, to refinish the hull in traditional ways. Paint is out, vinyl is the new fast, quality way to refinish your yacht.

Attractive appearance | New fantastic colours are being released constantly. See our colour cards. Also films with special effects (e.g., carbon, pearl, brushed metal, satin, matte…) achieve visual effects that painting cannot achieve.

Saving money | The price of wrapping is significantly lower than the price of painting and indirect savings are made resulting from minimum time spent out of the water.

Adding value to your vessel | Wrapping increases the value of your vessel and makes it much more saleable if you are selling it.

Protection | Besides the aesthetic effects, the vinyl protects against UV rays and all weather conditions. It won’t bloom or go cloudy like normal gelcoat.

Yacht Design Service

Our design department will create stunning visualisations to enable you to imagine how your yacht will look, before and after the yacht wrapping process, to help you make informed decisions.

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Yacht Interiors

Yacht interior wrapping & refit using 3M D-Noc architectural vinyl, gives you the freedom to choose from over 900 finishes to transform your yacht interior spaces. Visit our page for yacht interiors.

Yacht Wrapping - The Benefits


The cost savings are significant. The bigger the vessel the greater the saving and usually works out at two-thirds of the price of paint. Vinyl films come in a vast array of colours and finishes.

The multi-million dollar investment of the world’s best vinyl suppliers means the advanced technology in the vinyl will protect the hull and superstructure from all the elements. It is exceptionally hard-wearing, easy to clean, durable and easy to repair if necessary. The yacht will also be protected well against the elements including damaging UV rays. Vinyl wrapping does not fade or go cloudy like paint and gel-coat.


Using films does not require the same lengthy preparation process as its paint alternative, there is no need to sand and prepare the yacht, in fact, once the boat has been polished, all that is required for preparation is a liquid-based surface cleaner.

Vinyl film protects and prolongs the underlying finish of the hull and superstructure from the elements.

Yacht wrapping films can be applied directly to the existing surface of composite yachts. New build stainless steel or aluminium yachts, on the other hand, will need a primer coat before the new vinyl is applied but this can still provide a saving of up to seven months in the shipyard as there is no need to paint the yacht with a finishing coat at all. Plus Vinyl film has no risk of orange peel due to it being preset in a controlled environment. The production of cast PVC is more consistent and regulated guaranteeing even film coverage without the appearance of orange peel.

A summary of yacht wrapping

  • Much less expensive than paint
  • High quality consistent finish product.
  • Creative freedom due to its reversible nature
  • Greatly decreased downtime out of the water
  • Unlimited customisation options
  • Easy to maintain – No polishing
  • Hides all scratches, fading, and discolouration
  • More environmentally friendly
  • Increases resale potential


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