The number one luxury name lettering company in south Florida for yachts and we seem to always impress anyone who stops to look at our signage, you want quality and precise engineering then you’ve come to the right place! Below you’ll see your choice of selection and LED options but if you couldn’t find something you love don’t worry because we will make a unique custom sign for your boat upon request.
Neon Illumination With A vinyl Face
This is a great choice you want to make your name board shine without a huge budget. This will include premium vinyl (Chrome, Gold, Carbon Fiber, Silver, Etc) on the lighted acrylic layer for your yacht.
Backlit Name With An Acrylic Face
This includes one solid neon acrylic luxurious layer on the impeccable back-lit layer of your choice. Turn around for this yacht name project is estimated one or two weeks.
Illuminated Surface With A Stainless Steel Face
Our remarkable package comes with the top of the line 316L stainless steel, with a mirror face finish with an illuminated layer with your choice of illumination. Turn around for this yacht name project is 1-3 weeks.
Illuminated Backlit With A Stainless Face & Acrylic Outline
Our premium package is a mixture of our silver and gold packages. Our platinum package comes with an illuminated layer with your illumination of choice, top-notch 316L stainless steel with a remarkable luxury finish on top of a solid illuminated of acrylic and the turn around for this product is 1-3 weeks.
If you haven’t seen or heard anything that has caught your eye then that means you’re going to want something completely custom to your taste, luckily you’re at Fl Yacht Signs and we are experts at customization! Dream it and we will make it a reality just give us a call or email as soon as possible
Compatible With Any Yacht Lighting System
All luxury lights are compatible with underwater lights, do you want your luxury name to match the underwater lighting system? then we would have to use the same lighting chipset. for example, your lights have the multiple RGBW (which is very common) lighting then we would have to use the same LED’s.