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Re: New to us - keeping name - rechristen??

You're not really renaming the boat, but this is great fun anyway:

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I think a re-christening ceremony is a fine excuse for a party - if you need an excuse.

thats my plan! maybe do a see how many people fit on my boat before it starts LISTING party!


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Re: New to us - keeping name - rechristen??

A boat with a name of "rum line" most certainly was Christened. Likely MORE than once. Otherwise, don't bother, and save the good stuff for drinking... but whatever "floats your boat," and congrats!

No worries about Christening again... Make sure to use good rum! Buy the big bottle, you'll get lots of "help."
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Re: New to us - keeping name - rechristen??

I'm pretty sure it count's if you drink the rum...and then smash the bottle...
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I'm pretty sure it count's if you drink the rum...and then smash the bottle...
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Re: New to us - keeping name - rechristen??

those rum bottles are tough though so if you smash it be damn sure it smashes! or

ELSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!

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