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    Posted: 27 Jun 20 at 7:09am
Over the years there have been some really unique boats that I have seen such as the OK that had a foredeck with postage stamps or the OK with splatter paint.

I have thought of using wall paper under a clear coat or maybe Andy Warhol pop art.

If you had the ability to do something unique the the design of a dinghy's decor what would you do please?!
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Laser Nationals 1989/90 at Paignton, a guy from Brazil turned up with a boat that had been built with paisley patterned wallpaper under a clear gelcoat. It was very eyecatching.
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IIRC there was a Finn with a transparent foredeck.

Vinyl wraps provide a means of adding pretty much any graphic you could imagine.
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Originally posted by Sam.Spoons

IIRC there was a Finn with a transparent foredeck.

Vinyl wraps provide a means of adding pretty much any graphic you could imagine.

Could fit some LEDs under the gunnel and some spoilers too?!
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Still my favourite among my boats.



And some other Cherubs from the 90s

Dave Roe's Pasta Frenzy (and Helen Marsh)


Tim Dean's Fizzy Shark


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Post Options Post Options   Quote Sam.Spoons Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Jun 20 at 12:32pm
Originally posted by H2

Originally posted by Sam.Spoons

IIRC there was a Finn with a transparent foredeck.

Vinyl wraps provide a means of adding pretty much any graphic you could imagine.

Could fit some LEDs under the gunnel and some spoilers too?!

LOL LOL LOL

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I had a mk2 escorts on foredeck of my Sprint and Geckoes, plus The Who stickers and Mod roundels.
On my Aquabat I had a map of South Wales on foredeck.
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