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    There was a FF somewhere called "Puff the Tragic Wagon"

    Dear Heart wanted to call a boat we had, "All rabbits friends and relations" - not a good name if trying to run calmly through a Mayday....

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    A couple of 'hot' dingys seen here abouts - 'Slippery when wet' and 'Pink inside'.

    My wife always grins at a motor cruiser we regularly see called
    'String of Pearls'.
    Some may need to 'Google' for the 'urban' translation

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    Seen in the Netherlands a while back:
    "She's got the house" on a nice sailing yacht.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easticks28 View Post
    My wife always grins at a motor cruiser we regularly see called 'String of Pearls'.
    Obviously an educated lady.
    Bob.
    Any bull in this post may be composted.

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    Saw a powerboat today called E-fishn-C
    www.cobraseawolf.webs.com - Cobra and Seawolf Owners Site

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    I moored next to a UK boat, whilst cruising in Netherlands, owned by a hairdresser. His boat was "BLOW WAVE".

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    An old photo, but-
    Last edited by tobermoryphil; 08-05-12 at 13:31.

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    Red hull Enterprise called 'Tomato Sloop' and a Little fishing boat called 'The Codfather'

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    I knew a rowing tender apparently named "Eau you are oarful, but I like you" after the Dick Emery catchphrase. It was abbreviated to "Eau!" on the transom presumably for reasons of space!

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    on a boat, down here, in the South West -

    'me ansome'

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