Probably want to also make clear that the boat is for charter
- a www.GrouchyTurtle.com
(and a telephone No.) implies that - but doesn't explicity state it........Punters not always the sharpest tool in the draw
. Easily Fixed though www.GrouchyTurtleCharters.com
probably available and can simply automatically "point" that URL to your existing site.
Although I think that website alone would look better visually - I would put the Telephone number on so that folk can easily contact you from the dockside (or as you sail past
) with the expectation that someone would answer (not always the same with e-mail!).
I would choose whatever can be left on 24/7 and can ideally be read when sail up or at least when sail simply dropped (without doing something else) for when entering a Marina etc (plusses and minuses to that of course!).
To my mind paint
liable to look a bit tatty over time, and the temptation will be to smarten it up "later" - ideally I would go for a banner that could either be fixed onto the Sailpack semi permanantly (i.e. not stitched on - so could remove it, even if likely won't bother) - the thinking being that cheap
and easy to make / replace (or remove when not on Charter
- albeit still advertising when cruising maybe no bad thing?) - letters would be my no.2 choice, but still run the risk of looking a bit tatty over time......dodgers are on my wishlist, but won't have the boat name for that reason.