Neck Ty--this made sense, a play on words-
Radio Flyer--it fit the color of the Typhoon, Red, and the little Wagon of fame!
Creampuff--well, that was easy!
Goose--really not sure why?
Venturi--this is advanced, all about wind effects!
It's not an easy task! I'm sure all of these owners thought long and hard about these candidates. Probably some sleepless nights before deciding on the finalists. At least they made sense of something. These Typhoons were named rather appropriately. At least there were no names like "Bad Ass," or "See Ya" like one sees in other places! At least take some time to name the boat. And rather than attempting to humiliate someone behind your stern, make it a pleasant experience. Please?
So the second most difficult thing is to figure out where to get the stick-em stuff that works to put your creative juices on the stern of your yacht. I like to give credit where it is due, and I do like the folks from whom I got my template developed, pretty simple name boat-lettering.com I liked that the process of sizing was an automatic process and the template/fonts were ample but not bizarre.
|The Typhoon's engine and mount obscure the name while underway but I wanted the name centered overall.|
Anyway, my hat's off to the folks who helped devise the set-up. I realize there are a host of folks who do this, but this way you get to see a product. And I don't mind pointing in a good direction once in a while when I've found something of value.