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Replacement Freedom Decals for Your Boat

I just thought I'd cross-post this here, in case there are any Freedom owners lurking who aren't on the other discussion boards.

I have recreated the original Freedom decals that go on either the cabin sides or coamings (depending on which model of boat you have). They are long-lasting weather-resistant vinyl and they look great. (see below for a JPG image...the actual decals are printed from hi-res vector files, to the type is much more crisp)

If you want to order a couple, send me an email to meps@1meps.com, and I'll reply with pricing information. I'm a full-time cruiser, but I can mail them from wherever my boat is.

Meps
s/v Flutterby
Junk-rigged F33

p.s. Some people are ordering 3 or 4 and putting the extras on their dinghy or their car. They are that spiffy.
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