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Your Personality Translated Into A Boat

 

This month we’re having some fun by translating the personality of Sea Tow members to a boat. We’ve put together a few suggestions for you below, but think outside of the box and be sure to tell us in the comments if we’re right, or how your personality could be interpreted as the boat that’s right for you.

Personality = Boat

Romantic = Gondola

Ambitious/Determined = Luxury Yacht

Adventurous = Kayak

Dependable/Realist = Ferry

Sincere = Sailboat

Family Oriented = Pontoon

Determined / Never Give-Up = Bass Boat / Fishing Boat

Romantic = Gondola

Are you a romantic? If so, then your personality matched to a boat would be a Gondola!

Your charm and elegant style bring out your romantic side. You enjoy taking things slow, noticing the small details around you and are most happy surrounded by friends and loved ones. You tend to keep to yourself so do not be afraid to open-up to others. Your style is unlike any other. 

Ambitious/Determined = Yacht

If you describe yourself as ambitious or determined, then your fit is a Yacht.

Let’s just say, you enjoy the finer things in life. You can turn a few heads and light up a room as soon as you walk in. People would describe you as being ambitious and determined, but you are just here to have a have a good time. You have a large social circle and are a people pleaser, but sure do know how to treat yourself. Life is too short to be watching the sunset from a dock.

Adventurous = Kayak

You’re a Kayak fan, you’re adventurous at heart.

 

You love the outdoors and rely on your own instincts of the water without a GPS or high-tech equipment. You enjoy the freedom of not being tied down by allowing yourself to explore new sites and feeling the wind in your face. You like to feel in control and create your own paths.

Dependable/Realist = Ferry

Those who are dependable or realist, your boat would be considered a Ferry.

You are the shoulder for a friend to lean on because you are dependable, trustworthy, and a great support. People rely on you and you work well under high amounts of pressure and chaotic situations. You enjoy meeting new people and could strike up a conversation in a grocery store. You can at times get caught up in the moment and have too much on your plate so remember to slow down and enjoy some “you” time.

Sincere = Sailboat

Your friends and family know you as sincere and that would put you in the Sailboat category.

 

Your traditional ways keep you humbled and sincere in both your professional and personal life. You do not like over-the-top glitz and glam and prefer to stay in your comfort zone. You feel it can be hard to get moving at times, but with a little push, you are back on your feet and ready to accomplish any challenge. You enjoy the simplicity life has to offer 

Family Oriented = Pontoon

Are you family oriented? Then your personality would be matched to a Pontoon.

Family has always been your first priority, and while you think are doing what is best for them, you can get caught up in your ideas. You can be set in your ways and once you have an idea there is no turning back. People would describe you as being old-fashioned, and you have a big heart and follow your traditions.

Determined/Never Give Up = Bass Boat/Fishing Boat

If you can put in the hours on the water, your personality could be matched to a Bass Boat or Fishing Boat.

You put in the time on the water. Hundreds of casts are made knowing that the next one would be the catch of a lifetime. Research on the web, maps and charts are common practices and you don’t have a problem getting up before the sun on a weekend.

Do you agree with your boat personality? Different types of boats are made for different types of people and lifestyles, but that is what makes boating so fun and unique. Next time you see someone in a kayak, think that they are taking an adventure or how dependable a ferry boat is when you are on a tight schedule. Share this with your family and friends and see how it matches up for them!

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