Hello - what a great find this site is! Though I found it two years ago and have read/reread most of it I have never introduced myself or my boat. I've learned a lot from this site and everything shared - and I really appreciate it! It has been invaluable. Long intro post warning Purchased our 1995 370 Sundancer 2 years ago this week. We bought it in Pompano Beach,Fl and spent 6 days bringing back to Florida west coast, Bradenton area. Though it was a wonderful trip(6 of us total - all family) and fantastic experience I wouldn't mind taking again, we had engine troubles (both engines) on separate days during the trip. This combined with a complete lack of experience with a boat this size made for a few very tense moments. But we made it Once at our home dock, we were able to take the boat out 3 times over the next 6 most or so. Twice we were towed back. The last time our starboard engine puked its guts out and we limped back on the one engine. The boat has sat for more than a year as frustration, logic, emotion, lack of a bigger bank account and a host of other feelings and discussions conflicted each other as we weighed the options. Long story short we purchased 2 used 454 motors and had them installed just before Christmas. Like any other project it turned out there was more needing addressed than just the initial problem. Both transmissions were leaking and the starboard shaft seal had to be replaced. Finally picked the boat back up last weekend. Fired right up immediately, sounded great, sea trial went great and the 1-1.5 spent on the water that day afterwards had me grinning from ear to ear I am still like a kid waiting on Christmas ...itching for another trip on the boat. Luckily we vacation in the near future. The plan is to spend the week on the ICW along the gulf coast. Initially the plan was to relocate the boat to Punta Gorda area but think we have settled on a marina in Ruskin,Fl. So the weeks itinerary is yet to be finalized but regardless...it will be on the boat! Back to the initial reason for the post - although I am not a superstitious person generally - we never re-named the boat. It has been without a name for two years now as we have struggled to find the most fitting name. The marina seems to think my "Indecision" possible suggestion is fitting. Without a doubt this has been way over thought - but it is what it is - lol. In any event we are hoping to commit to a name and get it on the boat if possible before this second maiden voyage...and hope that the gods will be more forgiving as we intend to follow the ritual as found here in many different threads. Little background - married 30 years - kids all grown and gone though most are close enough that we see them at least weekly if not daily often times. Tile contracting and real estate have provided well for us though we've had ups and downs as all self employed experience. A few name choices I am hoping to get some feedback on Knotch - Troweling. A notch trowel being the #1 used tool in tile setting. Nautical take on this could include several variations such as Knot Troweling - Nauti Troweling - Knotch Trawler - etc Dots Knot Inn - reference to my better half and being out of the office or traveling. Also very fond of Euthymia - a state of internal calm and contentment. Seneca describes it as essentially being at calm with your self and trusting the path you have chosen. I really like this but hesitate for fear of being another Greek cookie cutter boat name....no offense to anyone but huge part of my dilemma is in wanting to maintain individuality. I don't think I've seen this one though. So - how did you settle on your boat name -Easy peasy obvious or as difficult and over thought? I'd love to hear others stories and feedback.