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Discussion in 'The Tiki Bar' started by dvx216, Mar 19, 2018.
As we were cruising around last night in a storm, for fun. I told my wife I wanted to rename our boat. "two nuts in a boat" Didn't go over well.
Saw one that is "bad" only because it's too long, but I actually kind of like it. It's on a go fast boat. "Get in. Sit down. Hold on. Shut up!"
I saw one in the Baltimore Inner Harbor named "May Day". I was not going to try and hail it on the radio!
That has to be illegal...
The worst I've seen in our area is a center console fishing boat named Salty Test Tackles
One of my votes for best name around here is a United Pilot's Carver, Floatsome and Jetsome
I have seen some pretty interesting names this year..... and that means I wouldn't want to say them over the radio.. Here is a couple examples to resurrect this thread.
We chartered a 50' Sundancer on the Cheseapeke once and went from marina to marina for two weeks with the boat name "Hail To The Chief" ...... That was embarrassing
The Rinker with the D is meant to be the gas engines use a lot of fuel so it's a "Drinker"
I hope I don't have to explain this one
There is a boat named "May Day" on Erie ...his wife's name is May. I just can't bring myself to ask or say something... They are just the nicest older couple and every day on the boat is May's day - which would probably make more sense for the name... But probably not
Saw this on a large day boat ....... “Hers and Hers” .... guess that’s a lifestyle statement.
And poking around a marina, this gem...usually something guys don’t brag about.
Remember The Flinstones?
My favorite "JABRINGABEER".
Well did ya!!!
Saw this winner over the summer.