We've made it easy to make boat lettering in a style that matches your Stanley Aluminum boat. To get started pick the option below and we'll guide you through the purchase process. With our site you can choose your own colors and styles that match your needs!.Instant Previews Design Online Instant Prices Brilliant Colors
We take the guesswork out of creating matching boat numbers. Sold as a pair. Doming is optional.
Type anything you like. Great for boat names and hailing port. Doming is optional.
Read all about how doming works here. Domed lettering is simply vinyl lettering with doming epoxy resin on top of it. It creates a really nice looking domed effect that is common on boats. Where boat manufacturers buy domed lettering in bulk we specialize in custom names, numbers, and lettering.
Your lettering is cut, weeded, and coated in a transfer tape ready to install as a completed adhesive backed pre spaced strip. Installation instructions and videos are available in our instructions section. We have many optional installation accessories located in our accessories section.
You should see 5 - 7 years of life out of your lettering. More is very common, but it depends on if your boat is stored outside or not. One important distinction is that there are multiple methods to dome lettering. We use a two part epoxy mix that must air dry. This is different from a UV cured process. Our process last MUCH longer and does not yellow in the sun like UV cured epoxy.
We'll guide you through the process of creating matching Stanley Aluminum numbers when you click design now. Each state has specific verbiage as to their requirements. The general requirements for boat hull identification numbers are as follows:
I bought my boat with out of State lettering. I just had to put these back on with my State. Love em
Great quality! The glue remover was excellent
Great service and product!
Ordered US 5665 in mirrored chrome lettering. No dome. Great contrast to the darker metallic red paint job. Pics are after painting/number application and on the ice at a recent gathering in Minnesota.