You've found yourself visiting our site and one may presumably wonder “well, what does Vyra actually mean? What does it stand for?” It is a name of course, our name, but the answer to this question is not that profound, as Vyra has a multiple presence in different languages and countries and therefore, has an interesting story to tell.
First of all, Vyra originates from the Sanskrit language and is very likely a variant of the name Vira that means “Brave”. It is also an Ukranian form of the Slavic name Vera meaning “Faith”, while in Russian the name Vyra also means “Loyal and True”. That would be interesting, but maybe not that exciting, if at the same time “Vyra” wasn’t used by Greek seamen who yell “Vyra the Anchors” every time they wish to weigh the anchor and sail away. That happens because “Vyra”, apart from a pretty name, is also a nautical term indicating the final preparation of a sea vessel for getting underway and a noun that describes the process of uploading an object, such as a flag or a sail.
Quite fascinating don’t you think? Well, not as fascinating as your trip is going to be. So let’s get started. We, the team of Vyra, are happy to be your faithful companions to your next, unforgettable sailing experience.