New Name Applied to 270 sundancer

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  1. Loneranger

    Loneranger Active Member

    May 2, 2008
    Knoxville TN
    2000 SeaRay Sundancer 270
    7.4l Mercruiser w/ Bravo III
    Our boat was originally named the "Knotty Lady". It came complete with a playboy style decal of a woman standing next to the steering wheel. That was not going to stand with my wife so off it came. The bad luck for renaming the boat idea worried her so we have renamed the boat the same phonetically but different spelling. It is now the "Nauti Lady" and the playboy decal is gone. I applied the vinyl a few weeks ago.
     

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  2. Nehalennia

    Nehalennia Well-Known Member

    Aug 22, 2007
    Marysville, WA
    2001 310DA twin 350 MAGs, Westerbeke 4.5KW
    Twin 350 MAG V-drives
    Nice...

    Did you perform the ritual?
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  3. Loneranger

    Loneranger Active Member

    May 2, 2008
    Knoxville TN
    2000 SeaRay Sundancer 270
    7.4l Mercruiser w/ Bravo III
    Yes we purged the boat completely of its old name with lots of rubbing compound and polish and then with Rum and Southern Comfort to appease the gods she was then renamed. I told my wife I am going to have shirts made for the whole family with Nauti Lady Crew on them. I was told that no one will wear them however. I have to work on that.

    John
     
  4. chuck1

    chuck1 Super Moderator TECHNICAL Contributor PLATINUM Sponsor

    Oct 3, 2006
    North GA Mountains
    Looking For Next One
    Looking For Next One
    Looking good.
     
  5. dpvandy01

    dpvandy01 Active Member

    Sep 6, 2007
    Cincinnati, Ohio/Ohio River
    2003 320 Sundancer
    &
    2012 185 Sport
    &
    2014 Sea Fox 256 Commander
    Twin 6.2L Close Cooled V-Drives & 3.0L Alpha 1, 300 Yamaha OB
  6. Loneranger

    Loneranger Active Member

    May 2, 2008
    Knoxville TN
    2000 SeaRay Sundancer 270
    7.4l Mercruiser w/ Bravo III
    My water gods do not like Champagne too much...
    John
     
  7. Vince_nj1

    Vince_nj1 Active Member TECHNICAL Contributor

    Aug 25, 2008
    North Barnegat Bay
    2006 320 V-Drives 6.2s, Bow Thruster, Generator, Raymarine C80, Radar, Fish Finder
    6.2 Horizons 320HP
    Laquer Thinner and paper towels does wonders to remove glue. I use it all the time. Just re-wax when your done.
     
  8. wileecoyote

    wileecoyote Member TECHNICAL Contributor

    949
    Oct 18, 2008
    Southern MD/ Potomac river
    1989 340 EC
    7.4LX2 Hurth 630A Drives
    6.5Kw QS Genny
    Aren't boats always cursed, no matter what the name? I've never had a boat that didn't seem to curse my life!
     
  9. SandyBottoms

    SandyBottoms New Member

    10
    Nov 17, 2008
    Connecticut
    Luckily my boat never had a name, but I certainly asked that Neptune recognize the name I gave her and grant safe passage on the seas while offering a generous amount of "spirits" to the King himself. Never the less, you have a beautiful boat and I will pour some out for the "Nauti Lady" the next time I get out. Safe boating.
     
  10. Stray Cat

    Stray Cat Active Member TECHNICAL Contributor

    Oct 4, 2006
    Pool 10 Guttenberg, IA
    2006 300DA Sundancer
    350 Mags / Bravo III
    Keep Neptune happy or he will tug at your lower unit...on the boat that is....
     

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