Yacht Exterior

With the ever increasing technological advancements in film and foil technology, now more than ever it is possible to transform the look and personality of a yacht in ways and timeframes once thought unimaginable.

As an industry leader, LuxWrap routinely undertakes Superyacht wrap projects on a scale most have never seen before. The speed we can deliver a full hull colour change (measured in days not weeks/months) is unprecedented and is one of the many reasons that Superyacht owners are taking a particular interest in LuxWrap over over traditional paint or polishing.

We all know that painting Superyachts is expensive and time consuming and must be done at least every 8-10 years. It is our opinion that wrapping should not be considered as an alternative to paint, but rather as a compliment.

Wrapping lasts several years and has an incredible range of colours/finishes. It also protects paint from the elements and UV.

When we combine this with our unique ‘in the water’ installation process, the cost can be as low as 1/10th the cost of paint at 50m, and even lower in percentage terms as the yacht size increases, both because we work quickly and efficiently, and also because we completely eliminate the need to slip/drydock.

Furthermore with larger yachts, our service often costs less than polishing, yet polishing degrades the paint whilst wrapping preserves it.

By choosing LuxWrap, yacht owners are making a calculated value based decision to protect their paint, which is a capital asset, with their style, which is whatever look is desired that season.

The potential of wrapping has also already been shown to perfectly serve different purposes:

It is clear to us, that whilst our service may offer huge style potential, it has enormous utility and long term cost benefits.

Whether its colour changing, colour matching, custom design, interior, exterior, on the hard or in the water, working with LuxWrap you can achieve it all.

Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

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