Association announces top 10 boat names
Boat names can reveal much about the personality, lifestyle, passions or experiences of a boat owner.
The Boat Owners Association of The United States, the nation’s leading advocate for recreational boaters, has announced the best names in boats for 2007. They are:
The name of a fast, stealthy and intimidating fictional ship from the Disney Pirates of the Caribbean films, a recreational boat with this moniker was probably named by the kids.
A patriotic name that first appeared on the Top Ten List just after 9-11, the owner of this vessel is clearly passionate about the freedoms enjoyed in the U.S.
Perhaps this boat owner has had a life changing experience and feels that their boat now gives them a second lease on life.
It could be that this boat name borrowed from a hymn provides the boat owner with a new spiritual outlet.
This name illustrates a boater’s chronic love for the waterways. This boat is probably the first one out of the slip in the morning and the last one back in at the end of the day.
Perhaps named by a boater in a professional field or industry with non-traditional work hours, this boat name affirms a desire break away from work pressures.
See #3, Second Wind.
Defined as “A very strong or irresistible impulse to travel,” this boat owner clearly has a passion to cruise and explore the waterways.
Being in one (Dog House) isn’t necessarily bad for this boat owner as their vessel likely provides a “walled-off” escape away from the distractions of everyday life.
This boat owner likely believes that boating allows them to enjoy life at its fullest.
For more information, visit the online service at http://www.BoatUS.com/boatgraphics
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