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Discussion in 'Pictures & Videos' started by lambrosnikolo, Oct 9, 2018.
Of course not! hahhahha
he should be also of wine, gin, rum and whiskey though.
In the event we purchased a boat that did not have a name do we still undergo the re-naming ceremony to foster good luck?
Wow...that's a lot of superstition.. I think I may have broken every rule in naming and launching a boat here and abroad... I just ripped that old name off like a band-aid...slapped the new one on and away we went
One should never P.O. the water Gods with the sin of omission. That said, I'm not superstitious because that would be unlucky.
Just finished our renaming ceremony. I'm too superstitious to with superstitions!
We will be renaming when she goes in the water. I'll post AFTER the ceremony. Mike
Every time I've renamed a boat I've followed the accepted nautical procedures....except one time. Guess which time this was...
IM SURE THAT WILL BUFF OUT!! WOW
Holy Crap !!!!
Uhg. Thank god for insurance
Do you have a detailed list of the accepted nautical procedures? Asking for a friend LOL.
I don't, but if you google "renaming a boat" I'm sure you'll find it.
Bring lots of champagne to the renaming.
Here is the ceremony.
That's basically the standard, however I purged the old name and waited 24 hours to rename. There is a old man in our marina (that looks like the sea spit him up) that said it was best to wait 24 hours so that any bad juju leaves the boat with the name... im very superstitious, I waited 2 days.
Ha! We had old name removed during winter lay-up so I waited months...Then dropped my phone in the lake so I have no video of our ceremony.
Wow, I didn't know that was part of the "offishul saramony".
I guess the sea gods don't like to be video'd...
Two Magnums were barely enough. One of the Points on the Globe got shorted.....