Originally Posted by DrB
The names that I think are not very creative are along the lines of Wind Song, Wind Passage, Gone with The Wind, Fair Winds, Wind Dancer, etc. Basically anything with "Wind" or a easy reference to it.
Generally agree on that but a friend had a good "wind" name on his boat. We were both from orchard country and he called it "Windfall" which is a term for apples blown off the trees. It also had the double entendre aspect of being purchased with winnings of some sort.
An uncle of mine named his "Moonshine" which also had the double meaning - very apropos in his case!
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