Hello boaters, look down at your panel, and then back up to mine, now back to your panel, now back to mine. Sadly your panel isn't mine, but if you used acrylics, instead of those other poor choices, your panels could look like mine.
Look down, then back up. Where are you? You're on a boat with the panels your boat could have.
What's in your hand, now back to me. I have it, it's an acrylic panel. Look again, the panel is now etched with a laser. Anything is possible when you use acrylics for your panels.
I'm, supposed to be on a horse now, but I don't seem to fit. What should you do? Why of course, look back up at me.
CNC cut 3/8" panels, laser etched nomenclature, beveled, and edge polished. The two panels cost $140.00 and were made by Delcraft, priceless. I would still be trying to sand the fur off of Starboard.
The photo of Thumbelina is from Wikipedia, and was taken by Phil Konstantin.