About the Boat Name Guy
The Boat Name Guy is a professional vinyl graphics and commercial art fine visual artist by the name of Douglas Rohloff. Specializing in new boat names, design products and services. The Boat Name Guy has been around since 2003 in The Clearwater and Tampa bay area, focusing on providing both marinas and boat owners with the trade’s best quality boat name design, marine signs, vinyl graphics and identity products.
The Boat Name Guy has continued to show his quickness and affordability in the boat identity industry. He has continued to show that anything can be done if you put your mind to it. The design and proofing process is a breeze. All the designing, proofing, material, travel and install all comes in one package. No up charges like most firms and design company’s do!
The Boat Name Guy has passion in the artistic business and enhances the service capabilities and expand his unique product line. Clients can now expect a totally professional digital process to the creation of your next boat name.
All customers can now assume to essentially see their boat name before they have it installed. The customer gets to be part of the design process and receives mock-ups every step of the way so that you have total creative control.
All graphics are Made in America with all orders processed from one artist, one printer and one installer. Doug Rohloff, The Boat Name Guy will do a free consultation, one free proof and an affordable boat name package from design to install.
The Boat Name Guy is located around the state of Florida servicing all marinas, yacht clubs and surrounding waters.
BoatNameGuy.com is owned and operated by New Image Marketing & Productions LLC. Providing custom-made boat logo design and installation.
BoatNameGuy.com is a boat owner’s leading answer for producing custom boat name logos. All the Boat Name Packages include all the files of final logo. These files can also be used in other printing or personalization products that we can provide.
The Boat Name Guy enjoys each and every opportunity to create a new custom boat name. From my customer’s initial consultation, through the design and installation process, the pleasure is mine!
The Boat Name Guy understands that in many regions of the world the season may be short and fast turn-around is crucial. From the point of the first initial contact, the designing harmonization begins, and it is my natural commitment to maintain a forward momentum. Our product commitment is as long as you have the boat name, I will support you. Full 3M vendor graphic replacement warranty and exclusive item gratification is guaranteed.
Boat name colors used were Forest Green and metallic Gold. With Sailfish and Reel graphics for accents.
- Pencil & Colored Pencil
- Pen & Ink
- Oils & Water Color
- Wall Murals
- Interior & Exterior
- Troupe L’oeil
- Faux Finishes
- On Anything!
- Tee Shirts & Jackets
- Pool Deck Murals
- On Anything!
- Creative Visionary
- New Ideas
- Design Planner
- Marketing Concepts
- Vinyl Lettering & Graphics
- Magnetic Signs
- Store Front Windows & Signs
- Graphic Design & Illustration
- Logo Design
- Menus & Maps
- Stationary & Letterheads
- Web Design
- Web Development
- Flash Pages
- Ebay Templates
- Brand Identity
- Website Design
- Email Publication Design
- Mobile Application Design
- InternalVisual Communication
AKA THE BOAT NAME GUY
There are many places on the Internet which advertise “custom graphics”
where you can order over the web and have your vinyl shipped to you next
day. We have nothing against those shops and wish them luck but we believe
that in order to design the perfect match for boat and owner it requires at
least a few minutes with each to get to know them. Local sign shops and DIY (Do it yourself) don’t seem to have the right fonts, graphics or time. Here at Boat Name Guy we have the passion it takes to help our customers get exactly what you are looking for.
The Boat Name Guy is proud of his custom boat lettering and graphics
work. He believes that a boat without a name is a sad thing, not to mention it flys in the face of all seagoing tradition. Whether it is funny or
serious, tongue-in-cheek or blatantly obvious, placing a name on your boat
tells the world about your passion and dream and can say a lot about the man,
or woman, behind the helm.
Since the beginning of recorded history, and no doubt for a long time before,
man has sought to make his watercraft uniquely his own by applying an
identifying symbol or name.
For thousands of years boats were made of wood and by hand. The builder
went out into the woods and chose the trees based on his experience
measured against the trees that were available. Shapes and sizes were
suggested by the material used and each one was a little different than any
that had come before.
In this day of mass produced, cookie cutter yachts, each popped out of a mold
and unrecognizable from her sisters except for a little number on the
starboard transom, nothing says “mine” so much as a uniquely customized