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I'm re-naming my new boat (I can't see where it was named before) using a 3' x 9" wood name board in gold leaf letters. I want it to look nautical but can't decide on a font. I do like the script used on the book, The Sailor's Sketchbook. I'd appreciate any advice.

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These are all naut-fonts

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I just ordered wooden letters in Clarendon Block BK. I like them, they're a little fancy, but still very readable and traditional. My boat is CG documented, requiring block letters (iirc).
 

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Finally a font that my wife and I agree on. Steamer it is. Seeing as it's her name, Katherine Marie that's going on the name board, I'm estatic that she agrees at last.

Thanks to those who helped me put this to rest. Now I can go on to bigger things, like should we have a public option or not or a second stimulus package.

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