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Boat names


Bahia

Categorized into:
Boat names, Spanish names, Yacht names

Bahia is a spanish yacht name. Meaning “bay”.

Baie

Categorized into:
Boat names, French names, Yacht names

Baie is a french yacht name. Meaning “bay”.

Balao

Categorized into:
Boat names, Spanish names, Submarine names

Balao is a Spanish submarine name.

Name of an American submarine used in the Second World War that technologically improved its predecessor, Gato class.

Balao is the name of a city in Ecuador.

Bapore

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

Bapore is a Basque steam boat name. Meaning “vapour”.

Barbanegra

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Boat names, Sailboat names, Spanish names

Barbanegra is a Spanish sailboat name.

Spanish form of Blackbeard.

Barbarossa

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Boat names, Italian names, Sailboat names

Barbarossa is an Italian sailboat name. Meaning “red beard”.

Nickname of a famous pirate.

Barbarroja

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Boat names, Sailboat names, Spanish names

Barbarroja is a Spanish sailboat name. Meaning “red beard”.

Nickname of a famous pirate.

Barden

Categorized into:
Boat names, Norse names, Viking boat names

Barden is a Norse Viking boat name. Meaning “bear”.

Name of the ship of Earl Eirik.

Categorized into: animal names.

Baychimo

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Boat names, English names, Steam boat names

Baychimo is an English steam boat name.

This boat was built in Sweden in 1914 and was used in Alaska for trade and barter with Eskimos. After it was abandoned in 1931, several sailors have affirmed to have seen it over the seas. Certainly it is considered for a many people as a “ghost ship”.

Bel Amica

Categorized into:
Boat names, Italian names, Sailboat names

Bel Amica is an Italian Sailboat name.

It was a schooner that appeared in strange circumstances in the coast of Sardinia during 2006. The ship had no crew and had never been registered in any country. The press classified it as “ghost ship”.

Finally, it was a boat owned by a French citizen who not registered his boat to avoid taxes.

“Bel Amica” is an erroneous variant of the Italian expression “Bell’Amica”, which means “beautiful friend”.