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ISO help for 380 - lettering size

Can anyone with a 380 (or similar size) give me some info on lettering height (font size or inches) for placing the boat name on the aft sides? It's a short name and I still haven't decided on the font style but I'm unsure what size I'll need to tell the sign maker (vinyl letters) when I finally contact them.

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I've got a 350. Heading down tomorrow (05/14) for a day sail. I'll measure mine and let you know.
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I checked my boat name lettering. My boat name is "Second Wind." The style is sort of a cursive style. The first letters are caps. The caps are 10 inches high and the others are six inches high.
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