Ahoy Malloy Boat Graphics – Cincinnati

Ahoy Malloy boat lettering hull preview
Ahoy Malloy boat graphics hull preview

əˈhoi/

NAUTICAL exclamation: ahoy

  1. a call used to greet someone or draw attention to something from a distance – “ahoy there!”

Origin
Ahoy is a signal word used to call to a ship or boat, stemming from the Middle English cry, ‘Hoy!’.[1] The word had fallen into obsolescence before rising from obscurity as the sport of sailing rose in popularity. ‘Ahoy’ can also be used as a greeting, a warning, or a farewell.

Adding the rhyming Irish last name makes this a perfect boat name for celebrating St. Patrick’s day.

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