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Beautiful boats folks.

Mine has a plaque that's kinda cheesy. Says "Lucky Lee." Lee is the gentleman I'm buying the boat from, who fell off her when trailered. He was subsequently forced to sell it, and wears an ankle brace to this day. A real bummer. I'll be taking him out as often as he likes.

Need to get some graphics together and rename her proper by launch time.
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Thought I'd start a thread to warm me up on this cold January day. I enjoy the creativity of boat names, graphics and logos and perhaps you do too! So, let's see a picture of your boats name.

Here's mine:
Haven't had her long enough to do a refit, but she is being renamed "Unicorn Mystriss" so when I am asked what happened to all my money I can honestly say I gave it to the mistriss
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My boat is still nameless, I need to decide on either "Little Buddy" or "The Barnacle Taxi" What do ya think?
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don't know what you have, generally, like a pet, a name will usually manifest itself. Remember a vessel is a big hole in the water you try to fill up with money !!
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If you're thinking of Little Buddy, you might consider Giilligan instead.
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Thumbs up QMS reference.....

Sorry not to have a closeup pic with the chute up.
This will have to do for now.
Yup, the boat really does like "wind speed of 16 to 20 kts"...


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