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If it's a racer, it might be fun to have something like "Goodbye" or "SeaYa" on the transom as you (hopefully) pass the other boats. Personally, I came THIS close to naming my last boat "Blow Me" (it's a sailboat, get it?). However, I quickly realized that should I ever be in trouble and called for help on the VHF, NOBODY would come and rescue me.

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J24s don't deserve to be named.
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Funny canoso brought up "Breakin' Wind".

Just the other day I was teasing my dad about his "gas hog" cabin cruiser, saying he should name it "Passing Gas". He came back with "Breaking Wind" as a name for my boat. They would look good rafted together, don't you think?
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