What should I name her?

Like the glass slipper, she fit like a glove.

She followed me home, I think I am in love.


She’s my new steed and she guarented to satisfy

If you listen very carefully…
She will name herself…

very fine lady
but treat her gently.

I see she has delicate skin (clear coat Carbon/Kevlar) and she won’t like it if you abrade her hull even on sand.

My girls (admittedly a bit more chunky :-), an Assateague and a Currituck) needed an additional coat of epoxy to protect them from rubbing off the clear coat.

Not sure what Valley uses (mine was vinylester) but keep on eye on the abrasion of the clear coat.

I called my girls (present and past):

-my first one: Wet Dream (she is still with me)

-Nukka (meaning big sister in Inuktitut)

-Aukaneck (Inuit god)

-Sunna (Teutonic name for goddess of the sun)

-Kesuk (again Inuit name)

and waiting for the newest girls to join my harem next week.

I will name her 3some (coz she is the third one of the same family… incestuous I might say!)

Naming a boat shows attachment to something you cherish and means a lot to you.

Never named a car but did my motorcycles, but that was long time ago. Wiser now… :slight_smile:


Coudn’t resist.

Good luck with her!


Naming boats

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I named my first kayak, the name is one of a more practical lean, not one of emotion or feeling.


I've named my Artisan, but have not insccribed the name on it. The name came to me while listening to the sound track of Man of LaMancha while enroute to my second Raystown event.

"Hear me now
Oh thou bleak and unbearable world,
Thou art base and debauched as can be;
And a knight with his banners all bravely unfurled
Now hurls down his gauntlet to thee!
I am I, Don Quixote,
The Lord of La Mancha, þ
My destiny calls and I go,
And the wild winds of fortune
Will carry me onward,
Oh whithersoever they blow.
Whithersoever they blow,
Onward to glory I go!"

"Did my lady think to put me to a test?
Ah, sweet sovereign of my captive heart. I shall
not fail thee, for I know...

I have dreamed thee too long,
Never seen thee or touched thee.
But known thee with all of my heart.
Half a prayer, half a song,
Thou hast always been with me,
Though we have been always apart.

Dulcinea... Dulcinea...
I see heaven when I see thee, Dulcinea,
And thy name is like a prayer
An angel whispers... Dulcinea... Dulcinea!"



Considering the words you are using
call it “Glass Milf”

I don’t think…
I don’t think my mom would be too mad if I named my kayak after her… After all, her name is Lena

And I do plan on spending a lot of time on her edge!