Personalized Life Rings
Are you ready to set sail, but you just realized that you don’t have any lifesavers on board? We can not only provide you with quality lifesavers, but we take pride in crafting personalized life rings that are Coast Guard approved. We can hand paint your ship’s name, style, and class on your life rings to match your ship.
Personalized Boat Life Rings
We create our own personalized lifesavers. Our 24 inch lifesavers can be lettered with 23 karat gold leaf film. Gold leaf lettering looks great with a dark outline and/or shadow which adds contrast against the white background.
Get your personalized life preserver anywhere around the world!
We can ship life rings to you anywhere around the world! Contact us for a quote and once you place your order, we will provide you with:
- a drawing to match your transom name OR a custom font portfolio for your review
- a scale drawing for your approval
- Turnaround time is 3-5 business days
When the final drawing has been approved we order the materials and letter your ring. This usually only takes 3 days, so we can get it back to you with efficiency.
Let’s get on board with your new personalized life rings. Call us (410) 798-5115
All of our life rings can be lettered with gold leaf or silver leaf in a variety of finishes. We offer: burnished, engine turn, and Florentine swirl We always lettering our rings with a dark vinyl outline and/or shadow. All of our life rings are coast guard approved!
Personalized Life Rings / Quarterboards / Gold Leaf Boat Lettering.
- Custom Life Rings – Alligator
- Personalized Life Ring – Gale Ann
- Custom Life Rings – Belle Aurore
- Personalized Life Ring – Azura
- Custom Life Ring – Whisper
- Custom Life Rings with Gold Leaf Lettering
Ready to have your Yacht looking great with NEW GOLD LEAF life rings? Drop us an email
Facts about lifebuoy
A lifebuoy is also called ring buoy, lifering, lifesaver, life donut, life preserver or lifebelt. It is also known as a “kisby ring” or “perry buoy”,
The “kisby ring”, or sometimes “Kisbie ring”, is thought to be named after Thomas Kisbee (1792–1877) who was a British naval officer.