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    Default names for a boat?

    well, my father just purchased a 31' O'Day sloop and he's trying to name it. i've thought of a couple, but wanted to hear if you guys had any good ideas...
    ...the fOrce is strong with this one.

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    how about


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    LOL...yeah, my dad will want to pay to have that on his boat...:D
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    Default Re: names for a boat?

    How about Liq-her?


    Originally posted by juice21
    well, my father just purchased a 31' O'Day sloop and he's trying to name it. i've thought of a couple, but wanted to hear if you guys had any good ideas...

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    Juice, does the boat have a Turbo or a Supercharger on it, If it does I have a great name for it which may offend but I called one of my boats the name around 15 yrs ago and with our laid back Aussie sense of humour everyone loved it.. Regards Fabian
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    I wouldn't name it, "Osama Bin Laden Is In Here."

    How about, "Sassy Trousers"?

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    fabian, it's a sailboat, but i'd still be interested in hearing your suggestion...

    orange, don't think my dad's investment will last ong with a name like that...:D
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    How about

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    It really should have a female type name, as in a significant other or a long lost love, something along those lines. To men, ships are almost always named after someone, or something along those lines. The only ones which name their boats after male genre, which I have seen, is the military, and I used to be in the Coast Guard! They do so with good reason but I'd never name a sailboat the USS Illinois or anything like that.
    Some name that rolls off the tongue smooth as a sailboat cuts through the water, and that doesn't make much of a wake!

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    Well here it goes, yrs ago I had a Black Hallet, and ran a 350 Chev, Supercharged and as crazy as us Aussies are I named her BLOW JOB, and yes she blew away anything that tried to take her on, I hope I have not offended anyone but you asked, Man was she a Quick BOAT, Kind regards Fabian :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
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    I named her BLOW JOB
    I knew that was what you were going to say you named your boat. It was the "Turbo or a Supercharger" part (BLOWER) that gave it away. I have seen the name Blow Job on a sail boat and think it may be appropriate cause you can't go far unless the wind blows.
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    blow job, nice!!!:D that would work because of the 'wind' thing...

    we are thinking of going with blue rhapsody , both a play on the musical rendition which we love as well as blue being representative of the sea, and rhapsody a play on the definition of being effusively rapturous, or a state or experience of being carried away by overwhelming emotion, what sailing can be...
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    Blue Rhapsody sounds like a good name, especially since you both put some thought into it.

    Good to go, do it!!:)

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    i forgot the name that they gave to the shelby gt500 on gone in 60 seconds or you can go with HMS blue rhapsody
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    i forgot the name that they gave to the shelby gt500 on gone in 60 seconds
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    Default How about

    1. Gone With the Wind
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    Just for laughs, how about..."Blew Balls". :D


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    Smile boat name

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