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View Poll Results: Did you perform the boat name change ceremony
Yes, completedly followed the ritual steps. 16 33.33%
Yes, but skipped on some items. 13 27.08%
No, and no bad things have happened. 13 27.08%
No, and bad things happen all the time and I wish I had. 2 4.17%
No, but bad things happened before, so do not think it mattered. 4 8.33%
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Tough decision deciding whether to sacrifice booze or virgins to the sea gods. Couldn't find any virgins so we reluctantly went with booze. I hope it was worth it.
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I tried to do the renaming ritual but was unable to find virgins.
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Ceremony??

Yes.

Just utter the words and spread around the bubbly.

Also brought the life ring with new name aboard following.

Lovely!!
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I would not change the name of any ship that had remained afloat for me.
Somehow I think that's tempting ill-luck, I think.
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