Nautical themed logo designs have remained popular for years, particularly in seaside towns and cities as businesses and restaurants preserve their coastal heritage. This post showcases some modern examples of how designers are using this naval theme in their logo designs, often incorporating icons of anchors, ships and rope as decorative elements or texturing the design to produce an old weathered appearance.

World Ocean Day by Dustin Addair

World Ocean Day by Dustin Addair

Never Fearful by Brian Stephens

Never Fearful, Always Hopeful by Brian Stephens

Pier 5 by Jon Stapp

Pier 5 by Jon Stapp

Pacific Amber Co. by Andres Jasso

Pacific Amber Co. by Andres Jasso

Anchor Down by Andres Jasso

Anchor Down by Andres Jasso

The Galley by Jonathan Schubert

The Galley Restaurant by Jonathan Schubert

This Ship by Mathew Shamloo

This Ship by Mathew Shamloo

Soft Landing by Steely

Soft Landing by Steely

Ahoy Matey by Antonio Mondragon-Becker

Ahoy Matey by Antonio Mondragon-Becker

Sircus Icon by Jordan Philips

Sircus Icon by Jordan Philips

Wicked Tuna Charters by Warren Keefe

Wicked Tuna Charters by Warren Keefe

Smorgasboat by McMillian + Furlow

Smorgasboat Anchor by McMillian + Furlow

Coast Guarder by Fuzzco

Coast Guarder by Fuzzco

Amongst Friends by Zach Shuta

Amongst Friends by Zach Shuta

Lighthouse by Patrick O’Toole

Lighthouse by Patrick O'Toole

Save the Date by Megan Clark

Save the Date by Megan Clark

Grand Canal by Devin Halladay

Grand Canal by Devin Halladay

Sail & Anchor Apparel Co. by Andrew Clark

Sail & Anchor Apparel Co. by Andrew Clark

Honcho by Tom Broadhurst

Honcho by Tom Broadhurst

House Boat Hotel by Veronica Velasquez

House Boat Hotel by Veronica Velasquez

Double Anchor by Domenico Liberti

Double Anchor by Domenico Liberti

Art & Water by Pierre-Jean Doumenjou

Art & Water by Pierre-Jean Doumenjou

Anchorage Restaurant by Matt Vertotis

Anchorage Restaurant by Matt Vertotis

Anchor Ankyra by Kaya Akin

Anchor Ankyra by Kaya Akin

The Anchored Soul Blog by Nicole Melton

The Anchored Soul Blog by Nicole Melton

Sink by Felipe Dallas

Sink by Felipe Dallas

Blame Betty by Andrew Wright

Blame Betty by Andrew Wright

Arte Libera by Rodrigo Palacios

Arte Libera Tattoo Shop by Rodrigo Palacios

Left Coast Crossfit by Jeremy Pedron

Left Coast Crossfit by Jeremy Pedron

M/S Linnéa by Helena Arnberg

M/S Linnéa by Helena Arnberg

Nature’s Plaything by Peter McClelland

Nature's Plaything by Peter McClelland

Nautical Wedding by Cinch Creative

Nautical Wedding by Cinch Creative

VSSL Clothing by Tom Chalky

VSSL Clothing by Tom Chalky

Hawaii Bitters Company by Matthew Ortiz

Hawaii Bitters Company by Matthew Ortiz

Syndicate Support by Tomme

Syndicate Support by Tomme

No Regrets Tattoos by Type and Signs

No Regrets Tattoos by Type and Signs

Salt Village Fish & Chips by VERgad

Salt Village Fish & Chips by VERgad

CXXVI Clothing Co. by Jon Contino

CXXVI Clothing Co. by Jon Contino

NY Anchor by Jon Contino

NY Anchor by Jon Contino

Sea Salt Society by Tim Lahan

Sea Salt Society by Tim Lahan

The Lower Depths Provisions & Taproom

The Lower Depths Provisions & Taproom

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  1. nautica is definitely not the easiest font to play around with but those designers whom you have showcased I must say they have done good job but I still think if you want to choose nautica you better think before doing it.

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