I think I was supposed to be a play on ‘cat’ and ‘campus’. It’s a restored hurricane cat owned by a couple that teach the CYA equivalent of the ASA courses. But definitely unique.
Now you just have to work the new word into conversation!Oops, I was quite wrong. At least I learned something new!
YES! And it made entertaining news as well.Ask anyone under 30 to help name your boat, and I guarantee that at least one of the suggestions will be Boaty McBoatface. Which, by the way, is a great name.
Oh do-tell! Never mind what it sounds like in English, what does it actually mean?We have a local boat, and I won’t name it, with a Native American word that is a horrible concatenation in English. I cannot fathom what they were thinking.
Jazz hands...jazz hands down, and who is named JennyIn honor of my two daughters, both pursuing dance careers, I’ve considered either “Jazz Hands 🙌 “ or “5, 6, 7, 8” both would have to be said over VHF with the right emphasis (if you don’t have kids on stage, I can’t explain. If you do, there’s no need)
Which brings up a question: can you name a boat with just numbers? If so, which ones would you use?