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New Boat New Member 14 Apr 2016 12:09 #1

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Hello I am a first time boat owner. I did grow up with a boat on Long Island however. We just purchased a 2015 16 ft Element. Very excited. My first question is silly though. Does anyone have a pic of their boat with the name on it?? The back area is small because of the swim outs and the side has the work Element and towards the middle and stern that takes up some space. It would have to place it towards the front. Just wondering what others did

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Welcome!

You definitely do not have much space on the Element transom for a name. And we thought we had trouble with our 642. At least the limited space has helped us keep our name ideas to shorter words. :P Do you have a name picked out already?

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Yes. Feelin' Nauti

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Welcome aboard! Hope you enjoy the new Element.
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Welcome aboard!

This is what ours looks like. Not a lot of room, but it works for us.

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Cindyloohoo531 wrote: Yes. Feelin' Nauti


Cool. B) We are still "debating" - getting it narrowed, but nothing has clicked yet.

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Cindyloohoo531 wrote: Hello I am a first time boat owner. I did grow up with a boat on Long Island however. We just purchased a 2015 16 ft Element. Very excited. My first question is silly though. Does anyone have a pic of their boat with the name on it?? The back area is small because of the swim outs and the side has the work Element and towards the middle and stern that takes up some space. It would have to place it towards the front. Just wondering what others did


There are no stupid questions IMO. The only "stupid" ones are the ones you do not ask. That is why we are all here. We can all learn from the experiences of other members so ask away.
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Welcome, enjoy the club, the guys and info that that you can get free....Marty B)
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Lots of support on this forum glad to have you on board.
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Congrats on the boat!
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Grats and welcome!
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New Boat New Member 19 Apr 2016 00:38 #12

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I think we are gonna do the side. Hope that won't be a mistake. Yours looks good :)

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Welcome aboard.

You can always put the name on the side if the transom is to small.

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