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Whats the name mean????

So I got to thinking while I was doing my later blog entry on the name of my boat...

“What’s that mean!?!?” | Cuajota

What does your boat name mean? Mine is Cuajota and it is cuban slang for the 4 J's...Cuban doctor who originally bought it had a family with 4 J names in it...makes sense...My family also had 4 J's in it so its kind of fitting...but does your boat's name have a story behind it???
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I was going to say pumpkin.....but tangerine works.......

Amoretto here! which was the original owners choice. We liked it, so we kept it!

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Nutty and alcoholic. Hmm, would have made a good name for ours
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I have never owned a boat - I sail other people's boats.

I was thinking about boat names. For me "Clean Slate."

That is a from an old sailing expression. When early sailors were keeping log notes, they kept them on a slate. At the end of a watch they transferred the notes to the logbooks and wiped the slate clean. They started with a clean slate. About 10 years I wiped my slate clean and started anew.

As a teacher I taught in some schools that were so old that they had slate blackboards. They were so nice to write on.

Lots of meaning for me.
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Our boat's name means "sandy creek" - in a language that's totally unintelligible (to me anyways) and nearly extinct. ...but it's been called that for 60+ years so who am I to change it?

The best name I think would be "The Office" - since then I wouldn't need an excuse to get out on the water.

The dumbed I've heard was a racer called "Cyclone" - since the boat went on to earn it's reputation as a slow-moving depression.
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Our boat's name means "sandy creek" - in a language that's totally unintelligible (to me anyways) and nearly extinct. ...but it's been called that for 60+ years so who am I to change it?

The best name I think would be "The Office" - since then I wouldn't need an excuse to get out on the water.
"Sail Meeting"

As in, "I am sorry, Mr. Smith is not available; he is out on a sales meeting."

My favourite name, there has to a story, was a big power boat named "Yes Dear"
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