Sea Ray Cursive Font Needed

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Shoyrtt, Apr 7, 2021.

  1. Shoyrtt

    Shoyrtt Active Member SILVER Sponsor

    Jul 16, 2020
    Redlands, CA
    1999 450 Express Bridge
    Caterpillar 3126TA
    I am looking to replace the cursive model decals on my 450. I have looked and found that every vendor is out of stock or doesn't offer my model so I will need to have them custom made. Does anyone know what font Sea Ray used? Thank you in advance!
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  2. Havana Shamrock

    Havana Shamrock Well-Known Member GOLD Sponsor

    Sep 9, 2008
    L.I. N.Y./ Longboat Key FLA.
    2005 500 DB
    2008 205 Sport
    2011 Nouvarania 360DL
    40 Yamaha
    Watching this thread I also had a problem finding the font had to go a different route.
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  3. SeaNile

    SeaNile Active Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    Aug 16, 2010
    Chadds Ford, PA
    1996 450 SunDancer
    10' dinghy w/3hp Nissan
    Caterpillar 3126 420hp
    Following as well. Has anyone tried emailing the customer service dept at Sea Ray to ask what font they used?
  4. Shoyrtt

    Shoyrtt Active Member SILVER Sponsor

    Jul 16, 2020
    Redlands, CA
    1999 450 Express Bridge
    Caterpillar 3126TA
    I did some research here on CSR and on some other forums and it looks like there isn't an out of the box font available. There are some that are close, but not exactly correct. The picture I posted above was from marine max of some NOS decals that are no longer available. Flounder Pounder has "Six Eighty", "Six Ten" and "Fifty Two". They also have just "Fifty" in stock.

    I'm going to try this. I'm going to take a picture of the decal on my boat and have the digital file be in the PDF Vector format. I believe a shop can replicate the decal if I give them the file along with the exact dimensions. I'll keep everyone updated.
  5. Shaps

    Shaps Well-Known Member GOLD Sponsor

    Nov 4, 2019
    Long Island,NY
    2010 Sundancer 500
    2015 Brig Falcon 330T
    Twin Cummins QSC550 DTS w Zeus
    try reaching out to SEARAYMAN13 on ebay. He may be able to help.
    (I have no affiliation, just what I have heard)
  6. mobocracy

    mobocracy Active Member

    Jun 29, 2014
    United States
    310 Sundancer
    350 Mag & Bravo III
    It's probably more work than you want to do, but you could probably find an illustrator to draw the logo you want electronically and then hand the electronic illustration off to a vinyl place to create the actual logo. I did my own graphic design for my boat name/hailing port vinyl and all I had to do was provide the vinyl shop with an Illustrator file.

    It would take some effort (surfing Etsy, checking with a local art school or college with an art program) but it shouldn't be that hard to find an illustrator to basically copy an existing logotype and create an scalable graphic file for you. I'm pretty sure my search for a decent marine mechanic up here in Minnesota would be more time spent than finding an illustrator.

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