Marine Service
Window Tinting, Paint Protection and Ceramic Coating

The Benefits of Marine Surface Protection

BRO SAN DIEGO installs the best surface protection products for powerboats, sailboats, and yachts in San Diego, California. Our primary focus is on preserving surfaces above the waterline, including gelcoat, seating areas, cockpit, instrument panels, brightwork, and glass.
Every boat and yacht owner comprehends that the pleasure derived from their watercraft hinges on diligent care and maintenance. Whether undertaking the tasks personally or enlisting professional assistance, minimizing the time spent on cleaning and maintenance is pivotal in managing your vessel. This is precisely why our marine surface protection products are invaluable. The pairing of Llumar PPF paint protection film with Gyeon ceramic coating yields clear benefits.
Llumar PPF acts as a barrier, preventing scratches on the gelcoat commonly caused by regular usage. Activities like boat shoes scraping corners, docking fenders rubbing against the gelcoat, and ropes sliding around can introduce numerous scratches to the vessel’s gelcoat, requiring eventual polishing. Llumar PPF effectively addresses this issue by eliminating scratches. Additionally, it safeguards glossy surfaces from contaminants, water spots, and UV damage. Thanks to Llumar PPF's self-healing properties, scratches vanish with just the sun’s heat.

Marine Protection

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We use Valor Paint Protection Film for a professional result.
This high-performance product is a self-adhesive, clear-coated aliphatic polyurethane film engineered to safeguard automotive paint and other surfaces against stone chips and abrasions. Its outstanding elongation properties facilitate easy application, enabling single-piece installations. Valor Paint Protection Film boasts a very low surface energy, rendering it resistant to staining and ensuring superior environmental resistance and gloss retention.
Paint Protection Film is perfectly suited for performance boats and yachts. It safeguards gelcoat, marine paint, and other glossy surfaces, effectively preventing scratches, swirls, and chemical contamination. Salt, sand, and UV radiation pose no threat to Llumar PPF.


Prevent fading of your gelcoat and paint. With prolonged exposure to the sun, the once vibrant appearance no longer has to diminish on your boat's motors and hull sides. Maintain the pristine condition of the most visible part of your boat, ensuring it looks as good as the day you purchased it.


Self-regeneration is a key feature; most surface-level damages are effortlessly rectified. Unlike gel-coats and other protective products available, our MPF possesses the unique ability to heal itself, effectively addressing dock rash and other scratches that would typically require buffing.


While alternative exterior coatings demand maintenance every 18 months, our MPF stands out as the most long-lasting option available. Enhance your maintenance efficiency and benefit from our 3-year guarantee. Spare yourself frequent trips to the boatyard and extend your time on the water.
Maintain the pristine appearance of the most prominent areas of your boat for years to come. With PPF, you get the benefits of a low-profile solution, yet with three times the protection compared to standard gel-coat or paint. Don't compromise on quality when it comes to ensuring your vessel stands out on the water.

Marine Window Tinting

Yacht and boat window tinting is among the top methods to enhance the aesthetics and comfort of your vessel. During cruises, you'll notice a considerable difference in temperature and comfort with window film installed on your boat. The sun protection qualities of boat window films significantly reduce the likelihood of interior cracking or fading, thus safeguarding your investment.
While you might not immediately associate vinyl wraps with sea crafts like you do with classic combinations such as PB and J, the truth is, they should go hand in hand. Vinyl boat wraps offer a cost-effective solution compared to pricey hull painting, interior fiberglass modifications, and spray cosmetic enhancements.
What Is a Vinyl Boat Wrap?
Vinyl boat wraps are adhesive vinyl sheets designed to cover the surface of your watercraft. They come in a variety of colors, textures, and designs, allowing you to completely transform your boat's appearance or enhance specific sections. Offering a similar aesthetic to fresh paint but with added benefits and cost-effectiveness, vinyl wraps are durable and long-lasting, providing a way to rejuvenate your boat's look without breaking the bank.

Types of Boat Vinyl Wraps
Both recreational boat owners and marine professionals can benefit from the versatility of boat vinyl wraps. You have the flexibility to choose which areas of your boat to enhance. There are three main methods for wrapping your vessel:
  1. Full Wrap: Covering the entire exterior hull, a full vinyl wrap offers comprehensive protection and customization. Whether you prefer solid colors, intricate graphics, or branded logos, a full wrap serves as a cost-effective alternative to traditional marine paint, allowing you to showcase your personal style or promote your business.
  2. Partial Wrap: For those looking to make more subtle modifications, a partial wrap allows you to add accents or graphics to specific sections of your boat while leaving other areas untouched. This approach provides flexibility in design and customization, allowing you to create eye-catching details without fully committing to a complete overhaul.
  3. Interior Wrap: While often overlooked, lining the interior of your boat with vinyl wrap can be a practical and stylish choice, particularly for fishing rigs. Vinyl offers easy maintenance and allows for customization of the interior space with vibrant colors and graphics, enhancing both the aesthetics and functionality of your vessel.
Boosts Resale Value

Allows for Complete Customization

• Allows for Hassle-Free Installation

Increases Durability

Costs Less
  • Minimizes Environmental Impact
  • Expedites Installation Process
  • Requires Minor Maintenance

Advantages of Boat Wraps

Considering boat wraps as an alternative to full boat replacements offers numerous advantages that can enhance your boating experience:

  1. Maintains Resale Value: Boat wraps help preserve your vessel's condition, protecting it from scratches and UV light damage. This makes it easier to maintain its resale value, as you can remove the wrap to reveal the original color when needed. Additionally, boat wraps offer potential buyers a wider range of color options, potentially increasing the appeal of your boat.
  2. Allows Complete Customization: Boat wraps provide endless possibilities for customization, allowing you to express your personality, brand, or passion through vibrant colors, graphics, logos, and textures. Whether you're looking to make a statement or promote your business, vinyl wraps offer a cost-effective and versatile solution for achieving your desired look.
  3. Hassle-Free Installation: Unlike traditional paint jobs, vinyl boat wraps offer flexibility in terms of installation. They can be easily removed and replaced, allowing you to change the color or design of your boat at any time without the need for extensive and costly repainting.
  4. Increases Durability: Vinyl wraps offer superior durability compared to paint, with the ability to withstand scratches and minor damage. Maintenance is also simpler, as small nicks or imperfections can be easily repaired without the need for professional assistance.
  5. Cost-Effective Solution: Boat wraps are a more economical option compared to marine paint jobs, making them an attractive choice for boat owners looking for quality and value. The cost-effectiveness of vinyl wraps is further enhanced by their longevity and ease of installation.
  6. Environmental Friendly: The application of vinyl wraps involves minimal environmental impact, as it does not require the use of harsh chemicals or solvents. Additionally, vinyl wraps emit fewer toxic fumes compared to traditional paint jobs, making them a more eco-friendly choice for boat owners.
  7. Expedited Installation Process: Vinyl boat wraps can be installed quickly and efficiently, minimizing downtime and allowing you to enjoy your newly wrapped boat sooner. Whether you choose to install the wrap yourself or hire a professional, the process is straightforward and hassle-free.
  8. Requires Minimal Maintenance: Maintaining a vinyl boat wrap is simple and requires only basic cleaning supplies such as soap and water. Unlike traditional paint jobs, vinyl wraps do not require extensive buffing or polishing, saving you time and effort in maintenance tasks. With proper care, vinyl boat wraps can remain looking pristine for years to come, ensuring that your boat always stands out on the water.

Considerations When Choosing a Vinyl Boat Wrap

As you search for the perfect vinyl wrap for your yacht, sailboat, or any other vessel, you might wonder:

What Are the Characteristics of Vinyl?

Vinyl film often outperforms traditional boat paint, which can deteriorate over time and require more maintenance. Our solutions offer a choice between a sleek, polished appearance or a textured finish, depending on your boat's aesthetic preferences.

Premium film is resistant to fading and can endure for several years without requiring touch-ups. When properly applied, it remains secure without peeling or lifting. While seams are inconspicuous when viewing the boat as a whole, they may be more visible upon close inspection. It's important to follow proper cleaning techniques to preserve the longevity of the wrap.

What Types of Boats Can You Wrap in Vinyl?

From pontoon boats to fishing boats, vinyl wraps are suitable for various watercraft. Whether you're into water sports, leisurely cruising, competitive racing, or operating a business on the water, vinyl wraps can enhance the appearance of your vessel.

You can wrap a wide range of vessels, including barges, bass boats, jet skis, racing boats, and yachts. Vinyl can be applied to most materials, including plastic, polycarbonate, fiberglass, and aluminum. While many boat owners opt to wrap areas above the waterline, such as the port and starboard sides, the transom, deck area, and wakeboard towers, it's important to avoid wrapping sections with rusted surfaces.

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