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Let's see your boat's name

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:
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No fancy graphics, but I'll toss my transom into the mix:



'take care and joy, Aythya crew

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See if you can guess the genesis of this idea. Its hard to tell the but the color combo is Blue with Grey drop shadow. The Moon is reversed to be Grey with blue dropshadow as a homage to the grey hull of our first Palmetto Moon.

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You'd think North vs. South with the colors, but hopefully not another South Carolina Gorget misinterpreted as a cresent moon! Either way, it's pretty! Say, that isn't Rush Limbaugh at the helm is it?.....no offense, I hope. "take care and joy, Aythya crew
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I have to decide on a new name... Either Ouranos or Krozet
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I'm having this made up over the winter at a local sign shop:



Still tweaking some of the details, but that's more or less how it'll look.
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