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Boat names


Categorized into:
Boat names, English names, Sailboat names

Sail is a english sailboat name. Meaning “sail, sailing vessel”.


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Boat names, English names, Sailboat names

Sailor of the Seas is an English sailboat name. Meaning “mariner“.


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Boat names, English names, Sailboat names

Saltwater is an English sailboat name. Meaning “seawater”.

Santa María

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Boat names, Sailboat names, Spanish names

Santa María is a Spanish sailboat name.

One of the ships that Christopher Columbus used to reach America in 1492.


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Boat names, English names, Sailboat names

Sapphire is an english sailboat name. Meaning “sapphire”.

Categorized into: Gemstones names


Categorized into:
Boat names, French names, Warship names

Sauvage is a French warship name. Meaning “wild”.


Categorized into:
Boat names, Turkish names, Yacht names

Savarona is an Turkish yacht name.

It is the name of an African swan.

It is a Turkish presidential yacht that was built in 1931 by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, founder of the Republic of Turkey.

Categorized into: animal names


Categorized into:
Boat names, English names, Steam boat names

Sawyer is an English steam boat name.

Name inspired by Mark Twain’s novel “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”.

The history of this book occurs on the Mississippi River, at the time of the boom of steamboats.


Categorized into:
Boat names, German names, Sailboat names

Schubert is a German sailboat name.

Name inspired by the famous Austrian composer Franz Schubert.


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Boat names, Greek names, Sailboat names

Scylla is a Greek sailboat name.

According to Greek mythology it is a sea monster that was previously a beautiful nymph daughter of Forcis and Keto.

There are several descriptions about this monster. Some consider that it was a creature with torso of woman and fish tail of whose waist they left six dogs of two legs each. For others, it was a being with six necks and six heads with sharp teeth. There is also another version that mixes elements of both.

Scylla crossed the Straits of Messina (separation between Italy and Sicily) along with Charybdis, another sea monster, which forced the boats to approach and face one or the other being to cross the pass.

Subsequently, Scylla was converted by the gods into a dangerous rock, which still exists today, and complicates the passage of ships.

Categorized into: Mythologic names.