WRAPTISM MARINE - BOAT & TINNY WRAPS



How to measure up

your boat accurately.


IMPORTANT: Boat wraps are printed to order and can not be refunded or exchanged because incorrect measurements were supplied to us.
Wraps are supplied slightly larger than the measurements you select so you have material to hold while applying the wrap and to allow for trimming excess.

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ACCURACY IS IMPORTANT.

MEASURING YOUR BOAT.

Wraps are made to fit the side of your boat between the Gunwale and the Chine. it is important to measure the side of your boat accurately in order to get a wrap that fits your boat properly.

HULL STYLE?

Why do we ask? If your boat has ribs or ridges along the side of the hull, we allow extra vinyl to cover the additional surface area. The wrap price is the same for either of the below hull styles.

BOAT LENGTH.

LENGTH MEASUREMENT.

Because the sides of the boat are curved, they will be longer than the direct distance from the bow to the stern. To measure the length correctly take a tape measure and, following the curve of the boat, measure the length along the Gunwale and also along the Chine. Depending on the style of boat, either the Gunwale or the Chine will be longer.

The LONGER measurement will determine the length of your wrap:

DON'T DO THIS.

NOT LIKE THIS.

Do not measure straight from the bow to stern. This will be an incorrect length measurement.

Always measure along the gunwale.

BOAT HEIGHT.

HEIGHT MEASUREMENT.

The curve and angle of the hull can make the actual height deceiving to the eye. The best practice when finding the height is to measure the distance between the Gunwale and the Chine at both the Bow and Stern, then measure the distance between the Gunwale and the Chine along the side of the boat roughly every 30cm (12inches).

The longest of these measurements will determine the height of your wrap:

DO NOT just take one height measurement by assuming it is the highest point.

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