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It’s that time of year again to renew our boat insurance. We have always used a reputable insurance company. On reading the policy document I was surprised that our inflatable tender would only be insured for loss or damage providing it was permanently marked with the name of the parent vessel.

Our inflatable is a Quicksilver 310. Has anyone any suggestion how we can permanently mark with the name? Type of paint etc..

I have seen various stencil kits on the market but they look like packaging stencils for freight. Are these available in different sizes and fonts?

Any suggestions would very much be appreciated.


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on your tender does it have that wooden plaq some some sort in the tender if so you could get Dave to make you a boat reg and name plaq for the tender to be fitted to the wood or plastic seat ect on the tender.

does it say how to be put or where it has to be fitted

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  • 3 weeks later...

You raise a good point there Col! My insurance insists on the same, the only thing I can think of doing is to put the name on the wooden transom (If it has one) perhaps buy stick on letters as a template draw round them then remove and fill in with paint.

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