We love unique and comical boat names that have distinct meaning to their owners. After all, to them, these boats are their passion and often times, their source of livelihood. Most people chose a name with meaning behind it. Besides, you don’t want people not being able to identify your boat when sinking.
Here in the Philippines, creativity in boat naming is a bit sporadic. Most of the boat names I've seen in Pangasinan are either names of women or acronyms taken from two to three more names. There's not much creative sense in that, is there? I guess, the name Alverina has an easier recall than say, calling your boat "Tide the Knot" or "Beeracuda" or "Wetted Bliss".
Parade of boats. You have Alverina, Esmie, Hilda, Crhistine Joy and from afar there's Lovely.
Antolin. And below, there's a guy's name Carl Daineil for you. Now that sounds a bit unique.
Arjaylyn. I am assuming this comes from a combination of at least three names: Arlene, Jay-ar, and Analyn. Perhaps the children of the owner. But then again, I am just taking a wild guess here.
Ernestos. Now this is perhaps the most 'unexciting' of them all. Calling your boats Ernesto 3 and Ernesto 5. I am assuming there are Ernesto 1, Ernesto 2, and Ernesto 4.
Princess Aiza. I don't know why the word "Tomahawk" was there, but as it is, I am having a bit of a problem reconciling the word Princess with the name Aiza.
TWC Brothers. Could be that the acronym T W C are the first letters of the owners names. Tekla. Waldo. Carlo.
Checking out Esmie.
3 Brothers. Again, one of those obvious boat names. And hey, there are three of them too
If you have a boat. What name would you give it?
I'll give mine this ---> Carpe Diem!