Renegade

Renegade boat lettering preview on HullThis boat name spans the door hinges to balance center. Send a close-up photo if you want to see details at that level when we get to final drafts.   Another approach with transoms like this is to offset to the port side.  We usually show that as one option but in this case the customer was certain they wanted to go big across the entire transom.   We’ve removed a stern tie while removing the previous boat name from the supplied photo.  The length of the previous name or the width of the door would be enough to scale these ideas for a quote on production.
ˈrenəˌɡād/
noun

To see an example of this graphic on the customer boat visit their page here http://marinegraphics.com/renegade
noun: renegade; plural noun: renegades
  1. 1.Renegade boat lettering
    a person who deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles.
    synonyms:traitor, defector, deserter, turncoat, rebel, mutineer
    “he was denounced as a renegade”
    • a person who behaves in a rebelliously unconventional manner.
    • archaic
      a person who abandons religion; an apostate.
      synonyms:apostate, heretic, dissenter
      “a religious renegade”
adjectiveRenegade boat lettering
adjective: renegade
  1. 1.
    having treacherously changed allegiance.
    “a renegade bodyguard”
    synonyms:treacherous, traitorous, disloyal, treasonous, rebel, mutinous
    “renegade troops”
    antonyms:loyal
Origin Renegade boat lettering
late 15th century: from Spanish renegado, from medieval Latin renegatus ‘renounced,’ past participle (used as a noun) of renegare, from re- (expressing intensive force) + Latin negare ‘deny.’

 

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