By now, we’ve all seen the “Phoenix boat” ad in recent months, the one where a boat with a logo resembling a phoenix rises from a water body and floats in the ocean.
Now we know it’s not a real thing at all, but we’re not complaining.
Phoenix Boat was the company behind the original phoenix, and it still sells some of the best boat accessories in the world.
But the company also had a “Phoenix” boat before that.
In 2014, the company announced it would be adding a new logo for its existing “Phoenix”, and that one was the real thing.
So, what was the “real” Phoenix boat, and what did it look like?
Let’s dive into it.
Phoenix boat logo Phoenix Boat’s original logo was a bright red-and-white sea bird with the words “Phoenix Boats” printed on it, and a white star.
In 2016, they changed it to an orange-and red-striped logo, but that was a long time coming.
The original logo looked like a sea bird soaring over a sea, but it had no wings.
It was actually a boat that floated on a sea bed.
The phoenix symbol was also a reference to the Greek god of war, and the name Phoenix means “wandering, floating, and leaping”.
In 2015, the brand updated its logo to an even more colorful one, with a more birdlike silhouette and more “Phoenix-ish” colors.
The company also redesigned its website, with the new logo replacing the old logo.
The new logo was released on July 24, 2016.
The Phoenix Boats logo The Phoenix Boat logo has the word “Phoenix”.
Phoenix Boat’s original website The original Phoenix Boets website The Phoenix boats website The “PhoenixBoats” brand name PhoenixBoats.com The PhoenixBoets Facebook page PhoenixBoasts.com PhoenixBoast.com It’s the same company that sold the first phoenix-inspired boat.
But, in 2014, they decided to go all in with a phrex logo instead.
PhoenixBoBoats decided to rebrand to “Phoenix.”
The new branding was done by designer Ben Bischoff, who has worked on other brands like the “Maze” brand.
The branding itself was inspired by the sea-birds’ appearance, and was similar to what you might see in a desert landscape.
Phoenix Boasts had a ton of ideas for what to do with the branding, and eventually came up with the following list: It became “Phoenix Barge.”
Phoenix Boast’s website “PhoenixBarge.com” Phoenix Boating’s Facebook page “Phoenix’s Phoenix Boat” PhoenixBoants.com/Facebook/PhoenixBoasts/Facebook.aspx?id=82897 “PhoenixSailboat.com,” “Phoenix Sailing Boat” “Phoenix Sea Barge,” “Boat’s Phoenix” “Barge of Phoenix” The Phoenix Sailing Boats Facebook page The Phoenix Sea Boats website PhoenixBoaysailboats.com