Half the fun of owning a boat—well, aside from actually spending time on the water—is coming up with a quirky, clever name for it. Here are a boatload that we wish we’d thought of.
She Got the House
Well, if you’re going to get divorced, you might as well make the best of it.
This really only works if your name is Jean—or you’re particularly devoted to irony.
Isn't that all the time?
Funny puns are funny.
Sailors are particularly creative spellers when it comes to boating puns.
Moor Often Than Knot
For this to be good advice, it should really read, “Moor often, then knot.”
A pick-up line like that is sure to score you a buoyfriend.
C’mon, sailing is an offer you can’t refuse.
This really only works if you own more than three pugs.
Seas the Day
Followed closely by a fishing boat called “Carp diem.”
German’s such a sophisticated….wait a second…
Bad to the Bow
OK, so you have to mispronounce “bow” to make this work, but points for effort.
Second time’s lucky…
What happens on the boat, stays on the boat.
Piece of Ship
Also, “Ship for brains,” “Ship’s creek,” “No ship,” “Deep ship” and...well, you get the point.
Now, if they’d spelled it MonROW, that would have been awesome.
Taco the Town