STAINLESS STEEL HIGH GLOSS POLISHED LETTERS WITH LED ILLUMINATED LETTERS.

We have provided the Sunseeker San Remo with stainless steel LED illuminated letters.

We have provided the back of the letters with an opal acrylic back that falls one centimeter into the stainless steel channel letter.

This opal protrudes one centimeter from which the LED lighting radiates around the letters. These letters are mounted directly on the boat without gap.

The depth is a total of 40 mm. whereby a considerable 3D effect is achieved.

A nice job done in Zeeland near the Veerse lake.

Installation on site

Assembly was carried out on location at the request of the customer. Because we carry out several activities in the field of boat lettering, we can therefore keep costs low. A great job, and performed with excellent care by Donny Le Belle.

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OUR SHIP LETTERING SYSTEMS

Whether it is an LED signage or a fiber optic signage, our lettering and lighting systems for yachts are designed and developed to survive in the marine environment. Our yacht LED signage has ‘energy saving’ and ‘ease of installation’ qualities, while our fiber optic system is very safe and does not emit any external electricity or heat.

Our systems are compatible with 12 V DC and 24 V DC, with European and American mains power supplies. All our enlightened ship lettering boards come standard with a thick acrylic protective layer where the relevant light source resides. This acrylic backing can be ‘Flush’, ‘Beveled’ or ‘Inset’. Backings can also be thickened to suit your aesthetic requirements.

EXTERNAL MOUNTING SYSTEM

Our (Male / female) external mounting system ensures that too outside lettering on the outside of the yacht can be fitted without access to the interior.

Of course, we can supply any mounting method you are familiar with, whether you want to use cable glands, bushings, pins and threaded pins.

If desired, we also have the option of designing the backs so that they are perfectly match the curvature of the superstructureof the yacht.

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